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States Inching Closer To Passing First Carbon Tax

Law360 (March 13, 2018, 6:46 PM EDT) -- In the 10 years since states began addressing ways to reduce their long-term carbon emissions, experts said the idea of taxing the societal costs of that pollution has gone from pariah to mainstream and is now on the cusp of becoming reality, perhaps as soon as this summer.

Although two efforts to pass a carbon tax have died this year in Washington and Oregon, advocates in both states have already moved on, not only embracing their defeat but channeling the experience toward helping future initiatives, including a possible ballot initiative in Washington in November. Add in the fact that more than...

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