The digital era makes cities less relevant. City leaders should not push business out.
Is it too much to ask that government regulations do more good than harm?
If promulgated, future significant regulations promulgated under the Clean Air Act may be accompanied by a benefit-cost analysis.
For scientific analysis to have validity it must be transparent. Read CFACT's official comments and SUBMIT YOURS NOW.
In the midst of the fight to save lives from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump administration announced a regulatory change on another issue that also will save lives.
Tough times teach tough lessons. Tossing aside foolish policy is a lesson worth learning.
What is being done in the name of protecting marine mammals and sea turtles from the practices of California fishermen will ironically – and predictably – benefit foreign suppliers of swordfish, many of whom operate with nary a thought of protecting endangered marine life.
Count on at least two results from the outlawing of plastic grocery bags: increased energy use and environmental cost to produce more paper grocery bags; and increased spreading of germs from reusable tote bags at grocery stores, which is especially worrisome with coronavirus spreading.
The Trump administration has overturned and replaced an Obama-era rule that would have imposed federal zoning on millions of acres of private land throughout the country.
Every puddle and muddy ditch no longer the feds to control. Courts can't overrule Congress because the Left hides behind kids. Celebrate!
Hoping to break the logjam that, for decades, has held up construction projects throughout the United States, the Trump administration Jan. 9 rolled out sweeping reforms of the 50-year-old National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
In Episode 3 of CONSERVATION NATION, host Gabriella Hoffman interviews several conservation stakeholders who are implementing reforms in the name of true conservation.
Re-establish the Office of Policy Analysis (OPA) in DOE's massive Office of Science (SC).
Government runs at pre-industrial speeds. Why not try fast, smooth, pleasant and accurate?
Had the Obama "WOTUS" rule not been repealed, landowners would have had to get permits from federal bureaucrats before making any significant modifications to their property.