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Lomax: Desperate tactics discredit EPA’s bad-air chorus

Environmental activists are about to launch their annual scare campaign about air quality. It’s a yearly ritual aimed at boosting the federal EPA’s authority over states and businesses big and small.

By Simon Lomax · March 31, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Energy, Environment, National, Politics
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Getting ‘ahead’ of the EPA was actually getting backhanded

State agencies say ratepayers withInvestor Owned Utilities ratepayers have already invested more than $4 billion for cleaner electric energy — more than $2,500 per ratepayer — for which the EPA gives the state zero credit

By Amy Oliver Cooke · December 9, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Amy Oliver Cooke, Energy, Featured
EPA Carbon Rules Will Drive Rates through the Roof and Colorado over the Cliff

EPA Carbon Rules Will Drive Rates through the Roof and Colorado over the Cliff

This country needs an energy policy that embraces common sense and reality, while encouraging the development of technologies here at home…

By Stuart Sanderson · October 30, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Energy, Featured, Uncategorized