From Forbes

Anyone who has been waiting for leadership on energy policy during this year’s tumultuous Presidential campaign may be waiting in vain. There’s little talk of energy and, even when the candidates offer a few proposals on their campaign websites or mention them during a debate, there is a dismaying lack of detail.

About the only talk of energy has come from Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, who has called for a ban on hydraulic fracturing as the cornerstone of his energy and climate policy.    Sanders’ rhetoric has forced the presumed Democratic frontrunner, Hillary Clinton, to say she, too, would impose more restrictions on fracking.

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