Mississippi Power uses ads to persuade public on Kemper Project

By   /  May 14, 2015  /  Energy and Environment, Government Regulation, Mississippi, News, Regulations, Technology  /  No Comments

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Mississippi Power is waging an ad campaign about the Kemper Project power plant as it tries to get a rehearing in front of the Mississippi Supreme Court.

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The doctor is not in: PA health groups debate nurse practitioner independence

By   /  May 13, 2015  /  Health Care, Jobs + Growth, Lobbying, Maryland, PA Independent, Pennsylvania, Regulations, State Government  /  No Comments

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The Pennsylvania Medical Society released a new poll today, concluding that most residents do not support greater independence for nurse practitioners, but the Pennsylvania Coalition of Nurse Practitioners — whose members are rallying at the Capitol today — is quick to point out what it sees as flaws in the polling.

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Will the EPA’s Clean Power Plan save you money or clean your clock?

By   /  May 13, 2015  /  Energy and Environment, National, News, Regulations, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming  /  No Comments

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A study sponsored by an energy group warns that 43 states will see double-digit increases in electricity prices in the next decade if the EPA’s Clean Power Plan is enacted.

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State senator calls for Mississippi to end Oxford House’s federal grant

By   /  May 11, 2015  /  Budget and Spending, Economy, Government Regulation, Mississippi, Politics, Regulations  /  No Comments

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A state senator has called for the Mississippi Department of Mental Health to terminate a federal grant to Oxford House.

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Water war: Senators blast EPA’s ‘end-run’ rule

By   /  May 6, 2015  /  Government Regulation, News, Regulations, Virginia  /  No Comments

GOVERNMENT PLANNING GOES BUST: California’s drought has been worsened by government edicts that have drained the Central Valley, the state’s agricultural breadbasket.

Virginia’s 21 Republican state senators say a “Waters of the United States” rule targets farmers and could cost the state and landowners untold millions of dollars.

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Lawmakers spar over radio music royalties

By   /  April 28, 2015  /  National, News, Regulations, Technology  /  No Comments

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The quarrel between content creators and broadcasting platforms doesn’t just exist online; it also includes traditional AM/FM radio stations.

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