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…

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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…

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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

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