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Fossil Fuel Producers Must Begin to Work Together

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Issue 2, 2015 of American Coal Magazine (pg. 30-32) ——————- In February 2011, I spoke at the Fifth Annual Energy Forum and Expo in Grand Junction, CO. As I ran through my presentation, I listed … Continue reading

21. November 2015 by Jason Hayes
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EPA deletes “navigable” from statute – states sue

Editor’s note: In this article, Ron Arnold takes a close look a the many issues associated with the EPA’s continued overreach in the area of regulation, their close working relationship with extreme environmental groups, and their drastic proposed changes to the Waters … Continue reading

29. July 2015 by Jason Hayes
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NRDC’s comment numbers are a bit high too

It seems that I wasn’t the only one who noticed that certain green groups might be needing some remedial work on their basic mathematical skills. In keeping with the theme of my previous post, How many comments did Sierra Club submit?, the … Continue reading

02. December 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Here we go again

I just had an interesting contact from a reporter at an environmentally-themed government publication. The reporter was asking for my comment on a new NRDC report that lists the 20 “most toxic” states in the union. I won’t link to … Continue reading

15. August 2011 by Jason Hayes
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