A provision was added Thursday to the Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill that would, for at least a year, extinguish any possibility of a so-called “cow tax” being levied against American livestock producers.
South Dakota Sen. John Thune thinks a recent government declaration about carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases is a step toward the creation of a “cow tax,” but South Dakota’s other senator, Tim Johnson, disagrees.
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