Commentary: Give Green Taxes A Green LightJohn Carey
Suggesting a carbon or gas tax has long been political poison. But that doesn't seem to be deterring legislators in Vermont, Minnesota, and Maine. All are debating or pushing bills that would cut levies such as property or income taxes and make up the revenue with taxes on fossil fuel.
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