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Welcome back new calls for an investigation into the nation's first proposed offshore wind -- It's called the Cape Wind project is just miles up the coast of Cape Cod Massachusetts.
And the Nantucket Sound.
Critics are now accusing the white house of bullying.
Federal aviation officials just so the project would get the green light -- -- -- I.
New York newsroom with more so Molly what are these allegations about.
Outlook essentially more than a decade after Cape -- -- the nation's first offshore wind -- construction has yet to begin.
And now the opponents of the project believe they found this smoking gun political pressure from an agenda driven White House.
-- -- Parker with the alliance to protect Nantucket Sound obtain some documents the Freedom of Information Act.
That she believes are proof that the Federal Aviation Administration fast track the project.
Despite safety concerns that the more than 400 feet high towers would be a danger to the private and commercial aviation -- -- We have you know at the federal level and at the state level and very very strong green agenda.
But this project is a perfect example of a green agenda at any cost and it absolutely deserves the scrutiny of the congressional investigation.
Former Republican congressman cliff Stearns who led the investigation surrounding the failure of the taxpayer supported solar company -- little rough is actually calling for the pro haven't.
And what is -- -- take on these allegations while the White House and Cape Wind.
Essentially are saying that.
They're dismissing Stearns concerns here mark Rogers the spokesperson with Cape Wind says the despite the concerns raised by opponents of Cape Wind.
The project has been very -- heavily vetted over the years.
Cape Wind -- been through the most comprehensive review of any power facility in the history of the northeast US.
And so if we're on any kind of fast track I hate to see the slow track.
In fact the FAA is again reviewing the project after the US Court of Appeals overturned the agency's ruling last October.
But the 130 proposed turbines pose no -- no hazard to aviation.
Rogers believes the FAA will once more ruling cape -- favor regardless of political pressure from opponents haven't.
Right thank you very much Molly Line live from our near seeing -- and thank you Molly.
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