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Kennedy eases his stance on wind plan

Urges arbiter role for Coast Guard

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / May 26, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Senator Edward M. Kennedy has dropped his insistence that Governor Mitt Romney be given the power to veto a giant wind farm proposed off the coast of Cape Cod, in a shift that's expected to boost efforts to construct the Cape Wind project. (Full article: 1055 words)

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