Released: Filed Under: NCFCA Policy
About "EV Tax Credit (AFF)"
Case Summary: The tax credit for electric vehicles (EV) is unfair, costly, and harms the environment. The goal of these subsidies is to encourage EV sales. EVs are supposedly benefitting the environment. Electricity looks clean, but coal powers much of our grid. On top of this, the main beneficiaries of EV tax credits are the wealthy. This means that everyone pays for these tax credits and only a few benefits from them. It’s Robin Hood in reverse.
Disadvantages will likely focus on the harm to the EV industry. Your response should focus on how the EV industry is small, and there are many barriers to its growth. You will also need to focus on how EVs damage the environment. This will be a main impact to the NEG’s Disadvantages. If you win the impact battle, it won’t matter if the EV industry is harmed.
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After having a lukewarm novice year as a sophomore, Jonathan gained an affinity for debate and research. He qualified to NITOC in both his junior and senior years in TP and Parli and won several tournaments in TP. Currently, he is a sophomore at Freed-Hardeman University studying study Law and Politics. He works as a researcher for the Grassroot Institute of Hawaii and also with the John E. Talbott & Associates law firm in Henderson, TN. Jonathan believes that there is no sufficient substitute for well-researched knowledge.