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Waxman-Markey Bill: Kansas State Fact Sheet

The people of Kansas will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Iowa State Fact Sheet

The people of Iowa will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Indiana State Fact Sheet

The people of Indiana will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Illinois State Fact Sheet

The people of Illinois will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Idaho State Fact Sheet

The people of Idaho will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Hawaii State Fact Sheet

The people of Hawaii will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Georgia State Fact Sheet

The people of Georgia will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Florida State Fact Sheet

The people of Florida will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Delaware State Fact Sheet

The people of Delaware will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Waxman-Markey Bill: Washington, D.C. Fact Sheet

The people of the District of Columbia will be hurt by the Waxman-Markey Climate Bill. The climate change bill under consideration by Congress ignores the impacts on everyone who uses or produces petroleum fuels like gasoline, diesel and natural gas. So it will hit both households and businesses hard – everyone who uses cars, trucks, planes, trains, and tractors or the thousands of products produced or transported using these fuels. It will create an uneven playing field for U.S. refiners who will lose market share and jobs to foreign competitors who do not have to limit their own greenhouse gas emissions.