Daily Policy Digest
|New York Primary "Fracking" Fight
Bernie Sanders is demanding a nation-wide ban on hydraulic fracturing or "fracking" while he campaigns in the state of New York...
|Oregon & EPA Launch Aggressive Moves Against Coal
Oregon announced that it plans to officially wean itself off coal consumption...
|Utah Joins Oklahoma in Rejecting Clean Power Plan
The state of Utah has now joined Oklahoma in outright rejecting complying with the Clean Power Plan after the Supreme Court halted the regulations earlier in February...
|Obama Announces $98 Billion More in Wasteful Transportation Spending
The Fast Act transportation bill and the new transportation proposal both fail to address several key problems with the Highway Trust Fund and the federal gas tax...
|Supreme Court Ruling Temporarily Helps Coal Industry
The Supreme Courts' recent ruling temporarily holds off increased regulations on the coal industry...
|Supreme Court Votes Against Clean Air Act
The U.S. Supreme Court vote Tuesday dealt a major blow to the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Air Act...
|Cruz's Victory Against Ethanol Cartel
Ted Cruz won a major battle against the ethanol cartel in Iowa on Monday night...
|"Green" Energy: The Color of Money
Spain-based Abengoa, Inc. has received billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars...
|Beneficiary of Billions from Green Fuels Program Files for Creditor Protection
Another renewable energy company bites the dust after taking billions in U.S. tax dollars, writes Belinda Silva...
|Renewable Fuel Standard Mandates, or Not?
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), congressional mandates of renewable fuels cannot be achieved, saying "[T]he ambitious statutory targets in the Clean Air Act exceed real world conditions..."