Heartland Institute Comments on “Fakegate”
FEBRUARY 20, 2012 - What began as the theft of documents from The Heartland Institute has become a major scandal involving DeSmogBlog, ThinkProgress, and the Huffington Post in which many other fig
Statement by The Heartland Institute on Peter Gleick Confession
FEBRUARY 20, 2012 -- The Heartland Institute has issued the following statement concerning Peter Gleick's confession with respect to stolen and forged documents.
The Heartland Institute Sends Legal Notices to Publishers of Faked and Stolen Documents
FEBRUARY 19 — The Heartland Institute has sent legal notices to numerous Web sites, blogs, and publications asking them to take down the stolen and forged documents and what it views as malicious a
Heartland Institute Responds to Stolen and Fake Documents
FEBRUARY 15, 2012 – The following statement from The Heartland Institute – a free-market think tank – may be used for attribution.
Heartland Science Director Jay Lehr to Testify Before Kansas Legislature Today About Water, Wind Power
FEBRUARY 14 – Dr. Jay Lehr, science director at The Heartland Institute, who earned the nation’s first Ph.D.
Heartland Institute Expert Available to Speak About New Nuclear Plant Approvals
FEBRUARY 9 -- The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission today approved licenses to build two new nuclear reactors.
Heartland Institute Reacts to Fracking Moratorium in Vermont
The Fish and Wildlife Committee in the Vermont House voted yesterday to enact a three year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in the state.
Heartland Institute Reacts to Obama’s Rejection of Keystone XL Pipeline
The Obama administration has decided to block construction of the Keystone XL pipeline that would deliver close to 1 million barrels of oil per day from neighboring Canada to U.S. refineries.
Heartland Institute Reacts to House Effort to Repeal Light Bulb Ban
House Republicans have folded into the omnibus spending bill that will soon cross Obama's desk a rider that will block the ban on incandescent light bulbs through September 2012.
Heartland Institute Reacts to Fracking Bill’s Passage in West Virginia
The West Virginia Legislature sent a bill Wednesday to the desk of Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin that would open up the state’s portion of the massive Marcellus shale deposit to drilling.
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