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The case for a climate bill

The New York TImes laid out The Case for a Climate Bill in a Jan. 24 editorial, disputing claims that health care will exhaust the Senate, and that the nation can’t afford higher energy prices. The Times’ reasons to pass a Climate Bill: urgency, the race for markets, and credibility. It urges: price carbon!

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