Tax Carbon, Not Red States

There's a way to prevent a carbon tax from falling more heavily on red states, which tend to use the most energy.
Tax it first, then carve up the proceeds.

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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