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Conservative’s talk will put free enterprise spin on climate change (access required)

When Republican Congressman Bob Inglis presented legislation in 2009 that would create a tax to battle climate change, South Carolina voters thought he had gone rogue, or at least liberal. And so Inglis lost his re-election bid in the subsequent Republican primary. Today, though, Inglis believes Conservatives and Republicans are more willing to listen to ideas on ...
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