Air Quality Alert issued July 20 at 11:22PM EDT by NWS

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Sunday July 14, 2019 (1 week ago)


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BOSTON (AP) — A bill designed to rev up the state’s reliance on renewable energy by imposing a charge on carbon emissions is gaining steam at the Statehouse. Under the proposal, Massachusetts would set a fee based on each ton of carbon dioxide emissions produced by fossil fuels. The tax would start at $20 per… .

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