Marlo Lewis

Competitive Enterprise Institute

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Senior Fellow with a focus on global warming and energy policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a conservative think-tank in Washington, DC that receives some of its funding from oil and auto companies

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Environmentalists have long championed a carbon tax, imposed not just on gasoline, but on all fossil fuels, from coal used to generate electricity to diesel fuel used to power heavy…

Is the Carbon Tax an Idea Whose Time Has Come?

Environmentalists have long championed a carbon tax, imposed not just on gasoline, but on all fossil fuels, from coal used to generate electricity to diesel fuel used to power heavy…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Environmentalists have long championed a carbon tax, imposed not just on gasoline, but on all fossil fuels, from coal used to generate electricity to diesel fuel used to power heavy…

Is the Carbon Tax an Idea Whose Time Has Come?

Environmentalists have long championed a carbon tax, imposed not just on gasoline, but on all fossil fuels, from coal used to generate electricity to diesel fuel used to power heavy…

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Last week, President Obama doled out  $3.4 billion in federal grants  for renewable energy projects including " smart meters ," designed to allow consumers to track the electricity…

The Cost of Renewable Energy

Last week, President Obama doled out $3.4 billion in federal grants for renewable energy projects including " smart meters ," designed to allow consumers to track the electricity…

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