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The Vermont House voted 81-60 last week to advance a bill that doubles (from two to four cents a gallon) the tax on heating oil, propane, kerosene and dyed diesel. The bill also increase the gross receipts tax on natural gas and coal to one and one-and-a-half-percent respectively.

As fuel dealers continue to work long hours in the frigid cold to deliver life-saving fuel throughout Vermont, lawmakers in Montpelier are reviewing a Carbon Tax Study and other policies designed to eliminate oil and gas.

Last September the Vermont Legislature underwrote a $120,000 contract to a Washington DC firm named Resources for the Future, that specializes in analyzing the economic impact of various policies aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions caused by consumption of fossil fuels. The 114-page “Decarbonization Study” has now been delivered.