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“Will Elliott's new guidelines reverse the trend of steadily-increasing Taser use by his force?”
“We do know, however, that at the right amount, a steadily-increasing fee on coal, oil and gas will level the playing field for clean energy within a decade.”
“All this proves that none are so blind as those nearest the thing seen, while, on the other hand, the history of the world is the history of the discovery of the common humanity of human beings among steadily-increasing circles of men.”
“The best-case scenario for the next Congress would be legislation that places a steadily-increasing fee on carbon, returning the revenue from that fee to the American people.”
“It would impose a steadily-increasing fee on carbon at the source - well, mine, port of entry - so that clean energy becomes competitive with fossil fuels within a decade.”
“It's a simple plan to put a steadily-increasing fee on carbon that will make clean energy competitive with fossil fuels within a decade.”
“To achieve this, we must stop burning fossil fuels, transitioning as quickly as possible to clean energy by placing a predictable and steadily-increasing fee on carbon.”
“These days he spends most of his time editing the e-zine Otoliths & nurturing the steadily-increasing catalog of its print publishing arm.”
“Every answer to that question over the agonizing length of Bush's tenure has trended toward the "wrong direction" response in steadily-increasing numbers.”
“They also will fuel economic growth which, in turn, will generate a steadily-increasing standard of living for all Americans.”
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