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_creationDateJune 28, 2009 9:21:51 PM
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AuthorThe Economist editorial board
SourceThe Economist
DateMay 21, 2009
URLhttp://www.economist.com/world/unitedstates/displaystory.cfm?story_id=13702826
Quote"It allows for a huge increase in “offsets”—where a polluter pays someone else to stop polluting instead of curbing his own emissions. These are open to abuse, as Europe’s experience shows. There is little to stop foreign factories from starting to pollute just so that someone will pay them to stop."
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Cap and trade, with handouts and loopholes by The Economist editorial board (The Economist, May 21, 2009) (view)

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TopicAmerican Clean Energy and Security Act
Position_fragmentAct should be passed
PositionAmerican Clean Energy and Security Act / Act should be passed
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Act should be passed

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