Bill Clinton Talks Policy In Frankfort, Promotes Clean Coal Technology

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Former President Bill Clinton says his
wife is the presidential candidate best prepared to lead the
country away from economic turbulence and toward energy

In an hourlong speech in Frankfort, Clinton delved into health
care, education, energy, trade and foreign policy in promoting Sen.
Hillary Rodham Clinton for president. Bill Clinton predicted that
his wife would outperform him in pushing for more jobs and economic
prosperity if she's elected president

Clinton spoke to more than 3,000 people Tuesday at a downtown
civic center. During his speech, Clinton promoted clean coal
technology as one of the answers to achieve energy independence.
Kentucky is one of the nation's leading coal producers.

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