...be far behind?
-- VANCOUVER -- The Pembina Institute says British Columbia should increase its trendsetting carbon tax to $200 per tonne of CO2 emissions, equivalent to a 48-cent surcharge in the price of gasoline, if it’s serious about addressing climate change.**********
The B.C. Liberals plan to increase the carbon tax to $30 a tonne by 2012 — but have not yet determined what will happen after the 2012 fiscal year, according to Finance Minister Colin Hansen.
RELATED: It's only money, right?
-- San Francisco -- An alcohol fee to help cover San Francisco's costs to care for inebriates won preliminary approval from the Board of Supervisors Tuesday.Because, obviously... you should pay for everybody elses character defects