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Carbon Tax Adviser Optimistic Despite ‘Tricky’ GHG Rule Preemption Debate

August 5, 2019
AUSTIN, TX -- An adviser to an industry-backed group pushing for a carbon tax is expressing optimism about the broader policy’s chances in Congress over the next year but says that a portion of the plan to “streamline” EPA’s greenhouse gas regulatory authority in exchange for the tax could be the “trickiest” part to negotiate. While most observers doubt that lawmakers can pass major climate legislation in the near term, Pam Giblin, a veteran industry attorney who is advising the...


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