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Will Carbon Tax Fix Energy Woes?
Will Carbon Tax Fix Energy Woes?

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AIR DATE: October 8, 2013

Adele Morris of the Brookings Institution is proposing a policy that she says would fix both the energy and fiscal problems of the United States simultaneously. A carbon tax - across all forms of fossil fuel energy - would raise additional revenue, encourage energy conservation and stimulate the development of new forms of renewable energy that would not attract the tax. She tells us why it's a great idea for the Mountain West.

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Adele Morris, Fellow in Economic Studies and Policy Director for Climate and Energy Economics, Brookings Institution

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