Sanders says if the former secretary of state is "concerned about climate change" she should join him in pushing for a tax on carbon.
It's hard to find a politician today that's not in favor of raise taxes to make the world a better place. The public, increasingly questioning where and how their money is being used, will do more than question once liquidation, the contraction phase of the business cycle, squeezes disposable incomes hard by 2017.
The Earth, a complex system that may have been covered completely by ice long before human activity, has warmed and cooled countless times over its history. Funny and sad that humans believe they can influence a complex system such as Mother Nature despite lacking the skills to control even the most basic aspects of a much simpler model known as the business cycle.
Headline: The Latest: Sanders says Clinton should back carbon tax
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Campaign 2016 two days before voters in Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland cast votes for their presidential nominees (all times Eastern Daylight Time):
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is urging Hillary Clinton to join him in support of a tax on carbon emissions to curb climate change and support universal health care.
Sanders is addressing more than 7,000 people at a Providence, Rhode Island, park ahead of the state's primary on Tuesday.
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