Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid will be a guest on the Amy Oliver Show tomorrow morning. The show is a conservative radio talk program in Greeley, and Oliver has been a featured guest speaker in Northwest Colorado. Kinkaid says they will be discussing President Obama’s upcoming cap and trade system he plans to force on power plants in the U.S. The president is bypassing congress, after lawmakers denied the system a few years ago. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has recently released the results of an economic impact study of cap and trade, and has determined it will cost Americans $50 billion per year. Kinkaid says he and Oliver will also discuss the impact of the Wild Earth Guardians’ lawsuit against the Bonanza plant, and the likely fallout for Northwest Colorado miners.
Kinkaid to Talk Cap and Trade on Amy Oliver Show
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