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Can The Free Market Solve Climate Change?

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AIR DATE: August 12, 2013

Former Congressman Bob Inglis went from climate change denier to proponent of a carbon tax -- and it cost him his job in the U.S. House of Representatives. He joins us to talk about why he still thinks it's a good solution for climate change, and how the free market can help.

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Bob Inglis, Executive Eirector, Energy and Enterprise Initiative

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