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Topic - Bob Inglis
It goes without saying the Republicans have to take a free-market-oriented position on the environment to win over some voters. It would also be an egregious political error, however, to ever include support for a carbon tax.
Climate change is suddenly a hot topic again. The issue is resurfacing in talks about a once radical idea: a possible carbon tax.
he acknowledged that global warming exists and needs to be dealt with.
"I think the impossible may be moving to the inevitable without ever passing through the probable," said former Rep. Bob Inglis.