March 26, 2012

The 'Clean Energy' Stalking Horse

Robert Bryce, The Weekly Standard


Salon

They’re not calling it a carbon tax or cap and trade. But make no mistake, the national “clean energy” mandate introduced earlier this month by Senator Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) and eight cosponsors entails both a tax and a trading measure. Bingaman’s legislation has the apparent support of the White House. . .

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