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Change? Green Jobs Advocate Faces Prison for Dropping Banner while BP and Massey Go Free?

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The climate change and clean energy debates might have reached a new low.. Ted Glick, legendary nonviolent advocate, who dropped a 'Green Jobs Now' banner down the hallway of the Hart Senate Office Building last fall, goes to trial on Tuesday, July 6th. He faces up to three years in prison. Three years for dropping a banner that reminds Congress to pursue green jobs and clean energy?

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