Solyndra Failure Stirs Investigation And Politics, And Poor Historical Memory

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As the critical subject of spending, the economy, and job creation circulates within D.C. and the nation, the recent bankruptcy filing of California solar company Solyndra – which only two years ago received a $535 million loan from the U.S. government – has begun to dominate economic and political news and discussion this week.

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