Gasoline prices are steadily rising toward $4 per gallon—the price that triggers public outcry and congressional response. However, implementing a Clean Energy Standard (CES) is not a prudent response; a CES would only result in a significant increase in Americans’ electricity bills. However, America does need a market-based energy policy that opens supply. If Congress wants to pass an energy bill that is economically and environmentally sensible, it should refrain from increasing subsidies and create a regulatory framework that allows free enterprise to increase the supply of energy in the U.S.
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