- energy-only bill.
Another problem is money. The incentives and other programs in the Bingaman bill are expected to cost $13.5 billion.
- The original idea was to pay that with money from a cap-and-trade plan.
- to pay for all this spending?" said Kate Gordon,
- vice president for energy policy at the Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank."...
from NY Times, Greenwire, "Senate road for 'energy-only' bill isn't as easy as some would hope," Soraghan, 4/14/10, via Tom Nelson