Russ Harding, Mackinac Center senior environmental analyst, discussed cap-and-trade and other energy issues in Oakland County recently, according to Reporting Michigan.

Harding told the audience that such a plan would increase energy costs for homeowners by as much as $4,000 a year and suggested a better plan could include a revenue-neutral carbon tax.


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