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In a major policy shift, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce last week said it "supports a market-based approach to accelerate greenhouse gas emissions reductions across the U.S. economy." An official with the Chamber told the Washington Examiner that it considers a carbon tax or cap-and-trade to be a market-based approach.

The pro-business Chamber is extremely influential with members of Congress, and the decision to back carbon pricing could open the door to more members from both parties supporting legislation like the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act.
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