Uber is one of the ridesharing companies facing regulatory scrutiny in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But drivers tout the program, given its efficiency and flexibility – and the problems with more traditional transportation.Read More →
Spirited political maneuvering marked the American Legislative Exchange Council’s annual meeting last week, challenging the progressive left’s narrative that ALEC is simply a monolithic corporate-owned right-wing influence machine.Read More →
An order issued by the Mississippi Public Service Commission during its monthly meeting Tuesday might prove to be a game changer in the fight over Mississippi Power’s expensive Kemper Project power plant.Read More →
Regulators across the country are debating whether to treat ridesharing companies like Lyft and Uber the same as taxi cabs.Read More →
You might log a lot of miles looking for a filling station selling E-15, even three years after the EPA approved the new ethanol blend for use in 2001 and later model and flex-fuel vehicles.
If — not necessarily when — you find one, the nation’s biggest manufacturers and retailers of small engine—powered tools, snowmobiles, ATVs and boats have launched a PR campaign to make sure you to “look before you pump” and potentially make a costly mistake.Read More →