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Tax increases passed to fund long-term care

GOING GREEN:Legislators also approved changes aimed at deregulating the power market, as well as promoting ‘green’ and renewable energy

By Alison Hsiao  /  Staff reporter

“People want government intervention as they would like to see stable and carefully regulated prices,” she aded.

As for KMT caucus whip Sufin Siluko’s (廖國棟) demand that nuclear waste stored on Orchid island (Lanyu, 蘭嶼) be removed as part of the plan to abolish nuclear power by 2025, Kuan said she felt deeply sorry and heart-stricken for the decision not to put a deadline for the removal, “but since we have so far not come up with a better plan, it would be a blatant lie if we were to put it into the law.”

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