French Supreme Court: No to Carbon Tax

H/T to Rossputin.com

Well, at least not in the form it passed the legislature.

France’s Constitutional Council has struck down a carbon tax that was planned to take effect on January 1st. The council, which ensures the constitutionality of French legislation, said too many polluters were exempted in the measure and the tax burden was not fairly distributed.

Sound familiar? It should.

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