The Regressive Impact on Ohio’s Lower-Income and African-American Families from EPA’s Proposed Regulations on Carbon Dioxide Emissions
Poor and minority Ohioans will be especially hard-hit by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed new rules on carbon dioxide emissions (CO2) for existing power plants because these rul
Cox examines the ability of the Bay area to meet its fiscal obligations for the Bay Area Transit plan and finds is lacking.
In this op-ed in the Providence Journal, Sally Pipes contends that the generous plans offered under Obamacare will drive up costs, not lower them because the plans are generous give-a-ways
The four leaders of President Obama’s second-term “Green Team” are nearly all in place: John Kerry has been confir
(Originally published in the Orange County Register)
Studies are mixed regarding whether plastic bag bans offer significant environmental benefits, but claims of rampant environmental harms are suspect.
John R. Graham of the Pacific Research Institute offers this new report on medical malpractice laws across the fifty states. He makes 4 main points: