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AirTalk® FOR January 23, 2018

New solar panel tariff creates a murky future for California’s industry

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AirTalk dives into the impact Trump’s increased tariff on solar panels could have on the industry in California following yesterday’s announcement. We also preview this year’s Oscar race after nominees were announced this morning; are California’s attempts to bring back net neutrality with state legislation a good idea?; and more. See full episode >
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