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U.S. wind energy investment is slowing. That's according to a new report from the American Wind Energy Association, a trade group that keeps track of wind development. It says the third quarter was the slowest for the industry since 2007.

Morning Edition host Matt McCleskey talks with Ken Cook, president and co-founder of the Environmental Working Group.

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