August 1, 2018
We Need to Cut Carbon Emissions Without Killing Economic Growth
The growth of the economy picked up in 2017 and the Congressional Budget Office is predicting an even-faster growth of 3.2 percent for this year. One reason is that the Trump Administration has undertaken a dramatic shift toward deregulation. The costs of complying with regulatory fiat from Washington bureaucrats, which had climbed at a steady rate in excess of $100 billion annually for nearly a decade, was essentially flat in 2017.
Yet there is one area where future administrations will be especially keen to re-regulate: carbon dioxide emissions. In fact, the Environmental Protection Agency is legally required to regulate them.
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