General Motors is suspending production of the Chevy Volt and laying off about 1,300 workers while “seeking to align our production with demand,” according to the New York Post. The Post, the Tucson Citizen and The American Spectator all cite research by James Hohman, the Center’s assistant director of fiscal policy, showing that each Volt sold costs taxpayers up to $250,000 in tax subsidies.

The Fiscal Times and Front Page Magazine also cited Hohman's research in stories about GM's decision.

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