Obama signs off clean energy tax break extensions

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Controversial tax bill approved, extending support for wind, solar and biofuel industries

President Barack Obama signed a controversial new tax bill into law on Friday, extending key incentives for the biofuel and renewable energy industries as part of a package of measures that also included...

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