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Feb 04, 2010


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It's nice to hear some "common sense" coming out of my state's leaders! We need lots more where this came from. The best part is "40 pages." Call it was it is and tell us what it does... ;^)

Michael W. Kruse

I agree with article that carbon tax is probably the most equitable and efficient way to reduce carbon emissions but like the article says that ain't gonna happen. A genuine Cap and Trade would likely work well with a mandatory 100% auction. That apparently isn't going to happen either. Something along the lines of Cantwell's proposal seems like the next best option to me.

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