The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on an energy tax that would add $4,600 to the annual cost of living of a family of four.
Here is Heritage’s analysis of economic impacts of the Energy Tax by Congressional District so you can see what the impacts will be on your community in New Hampshire.
And here are links to other recent Heritage research products:
According to our Center for Data Analysis economic impact study of this energy tax (so-called “cap and trade”), key sectors of our economy are hard hit including, transportation, chemicals, wood products, machinery, paper, plastics & rubber, electrical equipment & appliances, construction and, of course, manufacturing.
An energy tax is not the only bad idea circulating in Washington right now. The next item on the agenda is so-called “health care reform.” That is code for “movement to a single-payer nationalized health care system.”
The Heritage Foundation is putting forward extensive research on the health care issue. Heritage’s website for the health reform debate is http://fixhealthcarepolicy.com/
Recent Heritage Health Care Research:
Health Care Reform and Economic Growth: A Critique of the CEA Report
The Senate Health Care Bills: $1.5 Trillion Sticker Shock
Health Care Co-Operatives: Doing It the Right Way
Why the Kennedy Health Bill Would Wreck Bipartisan Reform
A New Public Health Plan: How Congressional Details Will Impact Doctors and Patients
BLOG Posts (from the Foundry):
Obama's Health Care Agenda: How it Will Hurt American Families
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