Sanders demotes carbon taxes. Here's what it means for Dems
When Sen. Bernie Sanders ran for president three years ago, he routinely held up his support for carbon taxes as proof he was more committed to addressing climate change than rival Hillary Clinton.
“I believe we should have tax on carbon and deal aggressively with climate change. That is not her position,” Sanders (I-Vt.) said in one 2016 segment of “Meet the Press.”
This time, the long-serving Vermont lawmaker is taking a different tack. [PAYWALL]