Jason Hayes, on The Hill, writes about the many downfalls of a carbon tax.
- A carbon tax would raise the cost of energy, hurt our economy, and do little to reduce global emissions.
- A carbon tax is also unnecessary; through market forces and private sector innovation, the United States has meaningfully reduced emissions.
- Overburdensome taxation does more harm than it does good. If we want to continue to reduce emissions we should look to the free market and invest in energy innovation.
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