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Carbon Tax

The Constitutionality of Taxing Agricultural and Land Use Emissions

ELR Article

Economywide legislation to address climate change will be ineffective unless it addresses greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture and land use. Yet incorporating these sectors into the most popular policy proposal—a carbon tax—carries...

EPA’s Existing Authority to Impose a Carbon “Tax”

ELR Article

A number of bills have been introduced in recent years to put a price on carbon via a federal carbon tax. These proposals generally proceed from the implicit assumption that the federal government in general, and the U.S. Environmental...

H.R. 4520

ELR Congressional Update

Carbon Taxation by Regulation [Abstract]

ELR Article

For more than a century, energy rate setting has been used to promote public good and redistributive goals, akin to general financial taxation. Various non-tax subsidies in customer energy rates have enormous untapped potential for...

H.R. 4058

ELR Congressional Update

H. Con. Res. 41

ELR Congressional Update

S. 1128

ELR Congressional Update

H. Con. Res. 119

ELR Congressional Update

H. Res. 1001

ELR Congressional Update