Sen. Ossoff: Solar Tech a Matter of Strategic Interest

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“We are heavily reliant upon imported solar products and the supply chain that China’s taken control over,” says US Senator Jon Ossoff, a Democrat from Georgia, in an interview with David Westin on “Balance of Power.” Ossoff also comments on federal prison corruption.

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