Lawmakers eye federal energy funds
ST. PAUL - Minnesota is set to receive nearly $200 million in federal energy funds, but state legislators first must decide how to spend it.
Lawmakers are considering a variety of ways to spend money from the federal economic recovery package in the coming months. They include proposals that promote solar energy, window improvements, detailed residential energy audits and renewable energy grants for schools.
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