On Thursday, April 29, 2010, Dr. Margo Thorning was the keynote speaker at a Mackinac Center Issues & Ideas forum titled "Global Environmental and Economic Challenges." Thorning, vice president and chief economist for the American Council for Capital Formation, discussed the impact cap-and-trade and other climate change legislation would have on Michigan's economy.
Earlier that day, Thorning and Jack McHugh, senior legislative analyst, were guests on The Frank Beckmann Show on WJR-AM760. The interview is 6 minutes and 54 seconds.
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