A few lobbyists are testing the waters for a plan to create tax incentives for companies that voluntarily protect the environment.

Still preliminary, the proposal could set off a frenzy of activity as lobbyists fight to get their clients’ preferred tax credits into a bill. Proponents are considering pitching incentives for businesses to do things like increase recycled content in manufactured products, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and implement other pollution controls.

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