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Argument: Effective cap-and-trade system helps reduce costs of emissions

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Evidence: the United States sulfur dioxide cap-and-trade system and its damage control:

The United States sulfure dioxide cap-and-trade system proved very economically beneficial (cost savings). According to the EPA, the benefits of the 1990 amendments exceeded implementation costs by a factor of four, with a maximum estimate of $1.4 trillion.[1]

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