Massachusetts House removes CO2 pricing from climate bill as legislative session faces possible extension

Published 22:36 on July 29, 2020  /  Last updated at 22:43 on July 29, 2020  /  Americas, Carbon Taxes, US  /  No Comments

The Massachusetts House of Representatives omitted carbon pricing language from a Senate climate bill on Wednesday, but advocates are hopeful that lawmakers can reinsert the provision after the lower chamber agreed to extend the legislative session past this month.

The Massachusetts House of Representatives omitted carbon pricing language from a Senate climate bill on Wednesday, but advocates are hopeful that lawmakers can reinsert the provision after the lower chamber agreed to extend the legislative session past this month.

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