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During an economic downturn, families and businesses often tighten their belts and learn how to do more with less. John Locke Foundation Vice President for Development Chad Adams says local governments should follow the same policy. The Mooresville Tribune recently picked up Adams’ op-ed on the topic. Meanwhile, Paul Chesser of Climate Strategies Watch continues to urge governments to do less — specifically, less damage to the economy from counterproductive climate policies. Chesser’s work attracted the attention this week from climate alarmists associated with the Colorado Independent. That publication highlighted Chesser’s contribution to the global warming debate on the Mike Rosen afternoon radio show.

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