That’s critical tax credits for things like wind energy developers and people in our state who just need to know what their investments in the future are going to look like," Pingree says, "and this uncertainty is just bad for the business."
Pingree says tax policy should be established for at least several years to allow businesses and individuals to plan.
Perhaps a reporter should ask Congresswoman Pingree about the following:
Chellie Pingree's husband, largest media owner and political campaign contributor in Maine, incubated D.E. Shaw (Half owner of First Wind), largest wind developer in Maine and New England