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"The U.S. Energy Information Agency has estimated that a $25 per ton carbon dioxide tax would ultimately reduce the income of a family of four by $1,900, raise its energy bill by $500 a year and increase the cost of gasoline by 50 cents a gallon. The resulting economic slowdown would throw a million Americans out of work." [http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/26/the-wasted-hour/#ixzz2OeXvL6My Washington Times Editorial] - March 26, 2013
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"The U.S. Energy Information Agency has estimated that a $25 per ton [[carbon dioxide]] tax would ultimately reduce the income of a family of four by $1,900, raise its energy bill by $500 a year and increase the cost of gasoline by 50 cents a gallon. The resulting economic slowdown would throw a million Americans out of work." [http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/26/the-wasted-hour/#ixzz2OeXvL6My Washington Times Editorial] - March 26, 2013
  
 
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"The U.S. Energy Information Agency has estimated that a $25 per ton carbon dioxide tax would ultimately reduce the income of a family of four by $1,900, raise its energy bill by $500 a year and increase the cost of gasoline by 50 cents a gallon. The resulting economic slowdown would throw a million Americans out of work." Washington Times Editorial - March 26, 2013