A complaint filed by a number of land owners and local government officials against the Bureau of Land Managment for its attempts to claim their lands along the Texas's Red River border with Oklaho
SB 900 would take take Texas's windstorm insurance system and make it worse by making the market less transparent and reducing its actuarial soundness.
A comparison of how the states compare under the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan shows that the agency is particularly targeting Texas to bear a disproportionate economic burdent
The EPA’s Clean Power Plan unveiled in June 2014 mandates a 30 percent reduction in carbon-dioxide emissions from existing power plants by 2030 from 2005 levels.
Hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as fracking, has been employed in the U.S. since the 1940s. While innovation has improved the precision of the process, the essentials are the same.
Texas' franchise tax was expanded in 2008.
This paper looks analyzes the dangers that ESA listings pose to Texas’ continued economic growth and propperity.
Nuclear power accounts for 19 percent of U.S. electricity needs, yet the U.S. government has impeded the development of a healthy, competitive nuclear sector.
This study, produced by the Texas Public Policy Foundation, studies the effects of the state's non-renewal law on the economy.
In Texas groundwater rights are constitutionally protected rights and the state should prohibit Groundwater Conservation Districts (GCD), local entities that are the chief source of groundwater reg