Mitt Romney said he’d put some juice back into the energy sector as he campaigned in Pennsylvania on Saturday, arguing that less regulation would keep the lights on at old jobs and help create new ones. “The president wants to talk about the economy a little,” Romney said. “Not as much as I want to talk about the economy.” The former Massachusetts governor and presumptive Republican nominee is in the middle of a six-state Every Town Counts bus tour. Romney made three stops in Pennsylvania on Saturday and planned to fly to Ohio for Father’s Day. Energy-industry jobs in Pennsylvania have been in decline in recent decades.
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