When they seek to buy inventory, expand, or hire new employees, businesses need credit.
Before Bill Ritter became Governor of Colorado, state regulators required utilities to deliver power to ratepayers at the least possible cost.
The earth below the United States contains 5 percent of the world’s known recoverable uranium deposits.
Environmental Protection Agency: $353 billion Annually to Comply with Regulations; Most of Any Agency
The quality of regulation depends heavily on its transparency.
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The rapid growth of online retailing has been accompanied by increasing calls by state and local officials to allow them to capture more sales tax revenue and by brick-and mortar retailers to
Ownership of broadband networks by municipalities, like many other government initiatives, is framed in terms of best intentions.
The Real Meaning of "TSCA Modernization": The Shift from Science-Based Standards to Over-Precaution
Proposed reforms to the nation’s chemical safety law—the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)—threaten to undermine public health and innovation, according to a study published by the Competitive En
Republicans, Democrats, industry representatives, and environmentalists all say they agree that it is time to “modernize” the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA—pronounced “tosca”), the federal law
In an age of routine life-enhancing improvements, self-appointed public policy ostriches are spreading myths as divorced from reality as those surrounding the ostrich.