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The RNC Is Leaving My Generation of Young Conservatives Behind | Opinion
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The RNC Is Leaving My Generation of Young Conservatives Behind | Opinion

“Republicans often complain that young people trend more and more liberal. With moves like this, though, the RNC isn't even trying to win over young conservative voters like me, who care about climate change but don't want to grow the government. Simply warning against climate alarmism and obstructing big-government measures isn't enough. It's important to stand against those things, but we have to stand for something, too.”

Polling Politics
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Polling Politics

"These efforts, coupled with our continuing investments in technology-driven by clean energy market successes, are already providing the pathway to meaningful reductions in greenhouse gases – not bigger government, command and control approaches that prescribe what cars you can drive, what appliances you have in your house and whether you can keep the lights on."

On Climate, Amy Coney Barrett Will Be Fair on the Law, and Science
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On Climate, Amy Coney Barrett Will Be Fair on the Law, and Science

“A more conservative Court will assure that federal climate action is firmly rooted in laws crafted by Congress. It also will force climate activists to choose a path to tackle climate action based on well-established federal and state jurisdictions … Respecting states’ rights is not code for climate inaction; it clearly defines a path for policymaking success.”

The Misguided Attacks on Natural Gas
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The Misguided Attacks on Natural Gas

Whether it is traditional pollutants or greenhouse-gas emissions, more natural gas is moving America in the right direction. Natural gas exports are even paying environmental dividends around the world because the LNG is cleaner than burning coal or Russian-piped gas.”

The Green New Deal is awful but unlikely
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The Green New Deal is awful but unlikely

“The adverse economic effects of a net-zero policy, even in its narrower dimension, would be huge, emerging sooner rather than later, and carrying with them serious political impacts. My estimate of the direct cost of only the electricity component of the Green New Deal is about a half trillion dollars per year, or about $4,000 annually per U.S. household, and that is based on a set of highly conservative assumptions.”

October 20, 2020November 9, 2020AEI in Policy

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