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_creationDateJuly 6, 2009 12:13:04 PM
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_fullText{{Item |author=The Denver Post editorial board |source=The Denver Post |date=July 5, 2009 |url=http://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_12744933 |quote="A last-minute amendment, inserted in the early morning hours on the day of the vote, would tax goods that we import from countries that are unwill ...
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AuthorThe Denver Post editorial board
SourceThe Denver Post
DateJuly 5, 2009
URLhttp://www.denverpost.com/opinion/ci_12744933
Quote"A last-minute amendment, inserted in the early morning hours on the day of the vote, would tax goods that we import from countries that are unwilling to adopt carbon-reducing measures. So, the question becomes: Should our nation really levy trade penalties on countries that don't agree to limit their carbon emissions? The provision is fraught with potential negative consequences."
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Cap and trade or Smoot-Hawley? by The Denver Post editorial board (The Denver Post, July 5, 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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