Tag: ‘Senate’

Senate Democrats Would Take Some Small Steps To Clean Up Energy Tax Breaks

By :: September 22nd, 2015

A group of 28 Senate Democrats has proposed a major new energy bill that includes what they call significant reforms in the dozens of tax breaks aimed at encouraging the production and use of clean energy. I’ll let real energy policy experts speak to the broader bill, but the tax provisions are worthy of note. […]

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The GOP, Ethanol, and the No-Tax Pledge

By :: June 15th, 2011

A majority of Senate Republicans yesterday took a symbolic but hugely important vote to eliminate $6 billion in tax subsidies for the production of ethanol.  And, so far at least, they have not turned into pumpkins. The symbolism of their vote should not be underestimated. In a small but important way, 34 GOP senators proved to […]

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