December 26, 2012

Obama's Cap-and-Trace Scheme for Cars

Rachael Slobodien, The Foundry


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Ever since the Senate rejected President Obama’s cap-and-trade scheme in 2009, his administration has been hard at work to find other ways to implement a radical, environmentalist agenda.

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TAGGED: Global Warming, Carbon Emissions, Cars, Cap-and-Trade, President Obama, Department Of Transportation

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