"Under one proposal, the government would slap a $43 tax on each ton of CO2. That would equal about 38 cents on a gallon of gasoline, says economist Marc Hafstead of Resources for the Future, who studied the plan. It would raise about $180 billion in the tax’s first year, he says. If the 'dividend' — the tax rebate — were distributed evenly, that would be about $1,400 per household."
Why I’m (slightly) less pessimistic about global warming
Media Highlight from The Washington Post — Jan. 20, 2019