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June 6, 2012 5:00 AM

Wind credit key to jobs

ATLANTA – A stalled effort to renew federal tax credits for the wind power industry is making it hard to keep employees on the payroll and plan for expansion, a group of executives said Tuesday, but two high-profile Washington figures advised them not to expect help until after the November election.

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