Vermont just passed legislation mandating 75 percent of its electricity must come from renewable energy in 17 years. And the state wants 90 percent of all energy to come from renewables by 2050.
States receiving federal Obamacare expansion cash will soon be hit with a share of the program’s exploding costs.
The three Southern District PSC candidates are in agreement that Mississippi Power and, not ratepayers, should foot the bill for the Kemper Project.
The wireless industry recently revealed it takes 13 years on average to make new spectrum available to the industry. AT&T’s recent merger with DirecTV appears to be a way to get the spectrum without the wait.
Two new policies in Louisiana are changing how charter schools educate students with special needs.
It’s OK for teachers to leave the classroom to work elsewhere —all the time drawing a school salary and benefits.
it appears that justice delayed in this homicide case has much to do with the catastrophic failure of the Milwaukee Police Department’s video-recording system in January – a malfunction that cost prosecutors untold recordings of suspect interviews and confessions.
Citing vague and ill-defined nuisance laws, local officials in St. Alban’s Township, Ohio, are trying to force two residents to mow their lawn and destroy two years’ worth of work on a small-scale nature preserve.
North Dakota University System Chancellor Mark Hagerott has an opportunity to prove his worth as a leader. How he responds to the fight between universities and lawmakers will show whether he has the mettle to lead what has proven to be an almost ungovernable collection of egos and runaway bureaucracy.
“You’ve got to be creative,” Evert said, standing amid stacks of Bud Lite, Yuengling and Miller Lite cases. “You can’t just say (to customers), ‘Well, I’ve got a license to sell beer, come see me, woo, over here.’ There’s going to be a reason they come to your store.”
New Jersey’s three largest public pension plans are taking Gov. Chris Christie to court in a renewed effort to force the state to pay more than $4 billion in missed payments to retirement funds.
Shelby County has a little money left in its budget, and commissioners are in a giving mood.
Jason William Gale was convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol earlier this month. The rub? He was charged with that offense 20 years ago.
According to a key measure of fiscal health, Houston’s situation is nearly as bad as that of Chicago, which is starting to collapse under its debt burdens.
Chancellor Bill McRaven is daring the paper to follow up on its coverage of the influence-peddling scandal at the University of Texas.
“This isn’t a science fair. We should be paying for results,” said a California lawmaker of the Tesla Motors subsidies.
Seattle officials have deputized trashmen as a sort of secret police who are ordered to rat on residents’ trash habits to the nannies at the Seattle Public Utilities.
A candidate for Philadelphia City Council who has railed against money in politics received an excessive donation from the local teachers union, investigators have found.
No results, no explanation and no end in sight.
That sums up the U.S. Department of Justice’s investigation into whether the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
D.C. has cracked down on parents lying to city and school officials about where they live, after an increase in tips that families from nearby Maryland and Virginia are illegally enrolling their children.