R.I. can lead with carbon tax

I work with scientists in diverse fields. For decades, I have been hearing them say, “The climate is changing. We must respond.” We see it here in Rhode Island. Flood insurance costs are up. Lobsters have moved north to Maine. We can rarely ski in Rhode Island anymore. Toxic blooms and increasing ocean acidity threaten…

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