Denver (AP) - Gov. Bill Ritter is testifying before Congress about renewable energy.
The Democrat is scheduled to testify Tuesday at a senate subcommittee hearing on so-called ``green jobs.'' The governor often talks about renewable energy development in Colorado, and Ritter is joining governors from Washington, New Jersey and North Dakota.
After the hearing, Ritter is joining Colorado's Democratic Sen. Mark Udall in a talk with reporters about energy bills pending in Congress. Last month the U.S. House narrowly approved legislation meant to curb greenhouse gas emissions, and that measure is now before the Senate.
You can watch a Web cast of Ritter’s testimony by clicking the link below.
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