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EIA's Analysis of the Lieberman-McCain Climate Change Bill
Human Events ^
| July 10, 2003
Posted on 07/10/2003 5:24:30 AM PDT by hinterlander
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) recently completed an analysis of S. 139, a climate change bill sponsored by Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.), and cosponsored by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), along with 5 others. Simply put, S. 139 would implement the Kyoto Protocol, the flawed, unworkable international global warming treaty that the Senate effectively rejected, 95 to 0. EIA found that S. 139, just like Kyoto, would have disastrous effects on the U.S. economy.
According to EIA, S. 139 will increase natural gas prices 16 percent in 2010 and 46 percent higher in 2025.
(Excerpt) Read more at humaneventsonline.com ...
TOPICS: Business/Economy; Culture/Society; Government
KEYWORDS: climate; climatechange; economic; energy; environment; gas; globalwarming; kyoto; lieberman; mccain; mccaingore; mccaingwarming; mccainlieberman; rinomccain; warming
posted on 07/10/2003 7:50:07 AM PDT
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Senate bill S139 ( The Climate Change Bill ) being debated this morning and voted on !
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