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In this Sept. 12 photo, wind turbines are silhouetted in the morning sun near Brookston, Ind. Indiana's once-booming wind power industry is facing an uncertain future as Congress debates whether to renew a tax credit that's set to expire late this year. (AP Photo by Michael Heinz/Journal & Courier)

Candidates split on wind power tax credit

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GRAND FORKS -- The Democratic candidate for North Dakota's seat in the U.S. House of Representatives is using a subsidy for wind power to distinguish herself from her opponent.

"My opponent is on the wrong side of the issue," said Pam Gulleson, referring to her rival, Kevin Cramer, on Friday.

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