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Stephen Lacey
All of this may be true economically. But there's no way any of it will happen politically if you call it a carbon "tax."
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Sam Boykin 16 Feb 17
Replying to @Stphn_Lacey
Sin taxes pass. Problem is making co2 a sin.
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(((Alex Gilbert))) 16 Feb 17
Replying to @Stphn_Lacey
I doubt the proposers think this happens now; their real intention is to lay groundwork for future cons. climate action
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Joshua Rhodes 16 Feb 17
Replying to @Stphn_Lacey
dividends, no. Needs to be reframed as: "YOU WILL GET A CHECK IN THE MAIL!!!"
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Commercial Solar Guy 16 Feb 17
Replying to @Stphn_Lacey
. - 'carbon dividends' - beautiful spin! When we shift it from revenue neutral, politicians will attack dividend thieves!
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Tom Heywood 16 Feb 17
Replying to @Stphn_Lacey
call it a "pollution permit " never a tax. I like the proposal, if gas prices go up slowly, people will love! The check!!
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