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But What About New Mexico’s Students?

new mexico  education  oil and natural gas taxes  revenues 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted October 16, 2019

Hydraulic fracturing – the technological breakthrough that launched the U.S. energy revolution – has taken a beating during the Democratic presidential derby.

The Washington Post ran a graphic recently, showing that the entire field would ban fracking altogether or restrict it in some capacity. Here’s the portion of the graphic showing the candidates who would ban fracking completely. The group includes some top-tier candidates, U.S. Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris. Sen. Warren tweeted last month that she would ban fracking everywhere, while Sen. Sanders told the Post that safe fracking is a “pure fiction.”

Not fiction are the negative impacts throughout our society that could result from banning hydraulic fracturing: millions of job losses, trillions lost to the economy, significant increases in household spending on energy.

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What You Pay for at the Pump

crude oil  distribution  energy policy  energy prices  excise taxes  gas prices  gasoline  gasoline prices  oil and natural gas  taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 30, 2010

If you drove during the Thanksgiving Day holiday, you probably noticed that the price of gasoline has increased. Since September, gas prices have climbed several cents per gallon.

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Economists: Higher Taxes Could Harm Economic Recovery

de facto moratorium  domestic energy  domestic jobs  economic growth  energy policy  oil taxes  taxes  offshore moratorium  oil and natural gas taxes 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 28, 2010

The pace of the economic recovery is the slowest in the past 50 years, and if the government raises taxes, the economy "could fall off a ledge." 

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