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Red State Legislatures Should Pass Laws Protecting the Internal Combustion Engine

Scott McKay, The American Spectator


What if a piece of model legislation were passed in red states limiting electric vehicles either

to a small percentage of the market — say, for example, 12 percent, which still allows for a tripling of the EV share of the market — or to a function of the state’s electric-generation capacity? In other words, if state legislatures in red states were to demand that there be enough juice in the power grid before allowing EVs to tax it.

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