Nolan Finley

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For several years the battle to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases has focused on the automobile.  Hummers  became public enemies and the  Prius  was suddenly chic.

Carbon Tax Bill Would Charge McMansions for Global Warming

For several years the battle to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases has focused on the automobile. Hummers became public enemies and the Prius was suddenly chic.

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