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Environment
February 20, 2018
FWS SUPERVISOR ALLEGEDLY INVESTIGATION VIOLATED CONFLICT OF INTEREST ETHICS LAW
The Department of Interior's Inspector General found an Obama administration U.S. Fish and Wildlife official violated conflict of interest laws providing benefits to an animal welfare organization a family member benefited from.
Energy
February 16, 2018
Research & Commentary: EPA Finds Greenhouse-Gas Emissions Continue to Decline While Oil, Natural Gas Production Increase
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Now 11 Percent Below 2005 Levels, Primarily Due To Fracking
Energy
February 8, 2018
Research & Commentary: Study Shows Premature Retirement of Coal Plants May Pose Threat to Affordability, Reliability of U.S. Energy Supply
Burdensome Federal Regulations, Renewable Mandates, Subsidies Artificially Disrupting Energy Market To Disadvantage Coal
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Environment
February 2, 2018
Ideology, Electoral Incentives, PAC Contributions, and the Agricultural Act of 2014
This study finds there was a large positive association between legislators receiving farm and environmental group political action committee campaign contributions and those who voted for the 2014 revisions of the farm bill .
Environment
February 2, 2018
Government Failure in the Farm Bill
While the original intent of the farm bill was to protect small farmers from price fluctations, most of the funds go to large wealthy farmers with small farmers not receiving help.
Environment
January 31, 2018
Falling Transit Ridership: California and Southern California
Mass transit ridership has fallen over the past decade as increasing numbers of people are choosing to drive private vehicles.

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Environment
February 20, 2018
By U.S. Department of Interior Office of Inspector General
The Department of Interior's Inspector General found an Obama administration U.S. Fish and Wildlife official violated conflict of interest laws providing benefits to an animal welfare organization a family member benefited from.
February 16, 2018
By Tim Benson
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Now 11 Percent Below 2005 Levels, Primarily Due To Fracking
February 8, 2018
By Tim Benson
Burdensome Federal Regulations, Renewable Mandates, Subsidies Artificially Disrupting Energy Market To Disadvantage Coal
February 2, 2018
By Levi A. Russell
This study finds there was a large positive association between legislators receiving farm and environmental group political action committee campaign contributions and those who voted for the 2014 revisions of the farm bill .
February 2, 2018
By Michael D. Farren and Gregory J. Fitton
While the original intent of the farm bill was to protect small farmers from price fluctations, most of the funds go to large wealthy farmers with small farmers not receiving help.
January 31, 2018
By Michael Manville et al.
Mass transit ridership has fallen over the past decade as increasing numbers of people are choosing to drive private vehicles.
January 30, 2018
By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, Willie Soon
An empirical comparison of published official estimates of industrial-era net anthropogenic forcings with observed warming indicates climate models grossly overestimate the effect various feedback mechanisms have on temperatures.
January 25, 2018
By Tim Benson
Plan Would Generate $3.35 Billion In Tax Increases Over Four Years, Immediately Increase Gas Prices 20 Cents Per Gallon
January 24, 2018
By Chris Edwards
Over time it has become clear that federal electric power providers typically lag behind private energy companies in terms of efficiency, innovation, and environmental performance.
January 19, 2018
By Tim Benson, Bette Grande
Observed Evidence And Research Since 2009 Has Cast Serious Doubt On All Three Lines Of Evidence Used To Justify Endangerment Finding