Critics seek to raise worry about climate bill

The Hill
August 17, 2009
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Critics of the Dems' carbon-capping climate legislation are stoking fear that it would kill jobs and raise energy prices if it goes ahead this fall.

Instead of town halls and angry confrontations with lawmakers, farm and fossil fuel groups are using tractor pulls and county fairs and national advertising campaigns to spread their message that a climate bill will hurt the economy, according to an Aug. 15 report in The Hill.

Read a Glass Magazine article on cap and trade.

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