Tax Carbon, Not Red States
In an editorial this week, Bloomberg View endorsed cutting greenhouse gas emission with a revenue-neutral carbon tax, with all the money raised going to cut other taxes. That leaves one crucial question: How should that new revenue be divvied up among U.S. taxpayers?
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