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Experts like carbon tax; lawmakers still wary

The carbon tax has not a had a good week. The week started well, with a meeting Tuesday on the idea hosted by the conservative American Enterprise Institute. It drew so many policy experts, advocates and hecklers that the organizers had to take down temporary walls to accommodate them all. But over the following days, it became clear that the only bipartisan agreement among elected officials is to leave the carbon tax alone.

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