Bob Inglis

Former Republican Congressman from South Carolina, Energy and Enterprise Initiative

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Bob Inglis is executive director of RepublicEN.org (formerly the Energy and Enterprise Initiative), which pushes for free market solutions to climate change. He is a former GOP congressman from South Carolina, where he served as ranking member of the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment.

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