The University of Oklahoma will join hundreds of institutions from across the country for the "National Teach-In" to show the President and Congress that people are ready to pass a bold climate and energy policy that prioritizes renewable energy, green job creation, and an aggressive cap on carbon emissions. This event is meant to open a dialogue and ask questions concerning our current path of policy. OU students, staff, and faculty will learn about their options and what they can do locally to find real solutions today.Just one more reason (as if we needed another) for state lawmakers not to tap the Rainy Day Fund for higher education.
February 03, 2009
OU Lobbying for Anti-Petroleum Legislation
Oh yeah, donors are gonna love this.
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