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African-American, Hispanic and faith-based leaders of the national Affordable Power Alliance will be in Colorado on Wednesday and Thursday, April 14 & 15, to speak at the Tax Day Tea Party Rally at the Colorado Capitol and to discuss a new study that shows why higher energy prices constitute a "war on the poor" because of their discriminatory impact on low-income and minority citizens.

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A group calling itself the Affordable Power Alliance will release a report today saying greenhouse gas regulations would disproportionately harm minorities

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The Affordable Power Alliance will unveil on Tuesday, March 30, the findings of a new study detailing how the EPA's upcoming greenhouse gas regulations will hurt middle-income families and the working poor the hardest.

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The fact that tens of millions of Africans still do now have access to electricity means that sickness, poverty, higher infant mortality rates and shorter life spans will plague Africa many years to come, unless the global community helps to build baseload power plants in Africa using advanced coal and other fuels, a leader of the Affordable Power Alliance said today.

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