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Featured Article filed under Energy, Energy Self-Reliant States | Written by Karlee Weinmann | No Comments | Updated on Dec 20, 2016

Dear Santa…ILSR’s Federal Energy Policy Wish List

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/dear-santa-wish-list/

A new administration critical of clean energy imposes vast uncertainty on a U.S. energy sector that in recent years has tiptoed toward greater local control and increased renewable energy generation. This year, our federal policy wish list includes a series of items that would keep up the trend and deliver economic benefits to communities nationwide…. Continue reading

Article, Resource filed under Energy, Energy Self-Reliant States, The Public Good | Written by David Morris | No Comments | Updated on May 12, 2009

ILSR’s Minnesota Carbon Tax Shift Archives

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/ilsrs-minnesota-carbon-tax-shift-archives/

In the 1990s, the Institute for Local Self-Reliance and other energy activists in Minnesota undertook an effort to get Minnesota to adopt a billion dollar "tax shift" that would have raised the cost of energy while reducing taxes on income and/or property. ILSR was integrally involved in the design of the legislative proposal and examined the impacts on various sectors of Minnesota’s economy. Below you will find the archive of the materials that were prepared to support the initiative. Over several years, the proposal was debated extensively but never enacted into law. Continue reading

Article, Resource, Rule filed under Energy, Energy Self-Reliant States, The Public Good | Written by David Morris | No Comments | Updated on May 12, 1998

Tax Polluters, Not Families and Businesses

The content that follows was originally published on the Institute for Local Self-Reliance website at https://ilsr.org/post-2772/

TheEconomic Efficiency and Pollution Reduction Act of 1998 completely eliminates school district’s general education property tax levy and finances it at the state level through a tax on pollution. Continue reading