WASHINGTON -- Ohio companies will receive nearly $125 million in "clean-energy manufacturing" tax credits, the Obama administration and Sen. Sherrod Brown said yesterday.
It was the second time this week that Democrats touted millions of federal stimulus dollars headed for Ohio as part of the administration's attempt to create jobs via a clean-energy economy. And it came on a day when the unemployment rate nationally stayed stuck in double digits.
Ohio companies are sharing in a national pool of $2.3 billion in clean-energy manufacturing tax credits.
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