All posts tagged "EPA"

  • Government
    There’s more than one way to fight the EPA water grab

    (Thomas Mitchell) – Earlier this summer, the Environmental Protection Agency issued its final rule to “clarify” what water...

  • Government
    EPA water rule a not-so-super soaker for Nevada

    (Adam Paul Laxalt) – Few states feel the importance of water more keenly than Nevada, where cities and towns are surrounded by high sierra and desert landscapes. But agriculture, industry and nature can all thrive here, even in the midst of a severe drought, largely because our delicate ecosystem is regulated and maintained...

  • Politics
    23 things Congress could defund in Interior and Environment

    (Robert Romano for NetRightDaily.com) – This week, the House of Representatives is taking up the appropriations bill for the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies. This is an opportunity for Congress to exercise its constitutional power of the purse through policy riders that can help limit the size and scope of...

  • Government
    The Supreme Court’s EPA decision, while not all positive, is worthy of celebration

    (Marita Noon of NetRightDaily.com) – The Supreme Court has been harsh on the Obama Administration’s regulatory overreach (remember...

  • Politics
    For Libs, nothing is ever enough

    (Fred Weinberg) – Just when NBC’s Chuck Todd worked himself into an on-air orgasm over the President’s good week last week, handed to him by the Supreme Court, the Supremes brought the nation’s chief lame duck up short on his serious agenda—the EPA’s attempt at raising our electricity prices to previously unknown heights....

  • Government
    AG opens another front in fight against EPA water grab

    (Thomas Mitchell) – Earlier this month, the Environmental Protection Agency issued its final rule to “clarify” what water is covered...

  • Opinion
    Court stops costly EPA rules, but Nevada has already taken the leap

    (Thomas Mitchell) – The Supreme Court today stopped the EPA from imposing strict limits on power plant...