Washington State Governor Speaks on Bridge Collapse

May 24 (Bloomberg) -- Washington Governor Jay Inslee spoke yesterday with reporters about the collapse of a major interstate bridge north of Seattle. The bridge carried both north- and south-bound lanes of Interstate 5, which runs the length of the U.S. West Coast from Mexico to Canada. Inslee said there were no fatalities caused by the collapse, which sent several cars and people into the waters of the Skagit River. (Source: Bloomberg)
Obama’s Climate Plan Puts the Squeeze on Coal
40:31 - Energy Aspects Head of Natural Gas, Coal & Carbon Trevor Sikorski discusses President Obama’s Clean Energy plan. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Anna Edwards and Guy Johnson on “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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