Saturday, November 18, 2006

It's Happening:
Valley Jew Chronicles the Battle Against Global Warming

"Voters in Boulder, Colorado, a liberal college town, have approved what environmentalists say may be the nation’s first 'carbon tax,' intended to reduce emissions of heat-trapping gases. The tax, to take effect on April 1, will be based on the number of kilowatt-hours used. Officials say it will add $16 a year to an average homeowner’s electricity bill and $46 for businesses." Read more.


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