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‘Cap and Trade’ loses its standing as energy policy of choice

Just a year ago, ‘cap and trade’ was the basis for a national climate change bill. Today it is widely discredited. Lawmakers felt they had to give away so many pollution allowances to get passage, it became known as ‘cap and tax’. Today, ‘cap and dividend’ would auction allowances, simply, to all.

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