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ENG: Edward John "Ed" Markey (born July 11, 1946) is the U.S. Representative for Massachusetts's 5th congressional district. Markey is the longest-serving member of both the Massachusetts and New England House delegations and the second longest-serving current member of Congress from New England, behind Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont. A member of the Democratic Party, he is a progressive who has focused on energy policy. He serves on two energy committees and is the former chairman of the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming. On December 27, 2012 Markey announced he would run in a 2013 special election to succeed John Kerry, who was confirmed on January 29, 2013 to become the next United States Secretary of State. Early life, education, and career Markey was ...
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Markey questions truthfulness of nuclear plant spokesman

A Massachusetts congressman is demanding to know whether the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has anything to say about the truthfulness of public statements made by the owners of the plants it regulates. Rep. Edward Markey, the top Democrat on the House Natural Resources Committee, wrote Friday to NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko to complain that a spokesman for the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant had made statements "at odds with the factual history of the plant," and that the "NRC had not appropriately responded to concerns raised about this issue." Markey's letter came nearly three months after the ...

The 'nuclear option' to cut deficit

The Cold War arms race is over, but the fight for America’s priorities has just begun. It’s time to end the plutonium plutocracy and deploy this financial weapon against waste. Fewer weapons, more wealth — a real solution for our deficit crisis. The United States is the financial caretaker for 5,000 nuclear warheads. Some sit entombed in silos, invisible monuments to apocalyptic scenarios never realized. Others roam the sea, where, at any given time, 12 Trident submarines cruise, each armed with 96 nuclear weapons. A single submarine is capable of destroying all of Russia ...

Ed Markey: Big Oil’s Million-Jobs ...

Rep. Ed Markey (D-MA) is challenging the American Petroleum Institute to defend its claim that unregulated drilling would lead to a million-job bonanza. The ranking member of the House Natural Resources Committee responded to recent API ads touting the promise of a “million jobs” if the oil industry gets to drill everywhere from the Arctic refuge to the Atlantic coast, and build tar sands pipelines from Canada to Texas like the Keystone XL project. PI’s ads are based on a commissioned study by Wood Mackenzie that uses questionable methodology and unrealistic assumptions. ...

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