February 18, 2013

Will Obama Trade a Carbon Tax for Keystone?

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TriplePundit

The president may try to satisfy both environmentalists and pro-growth blocs by tying the shovel-ready project curiously left out of the State of the Union to just-introduced carbon-tax legislation. . .

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