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Green Regulation Conundrums

Welcome to a magical world in which the scientific challenges to green energy have been resolved and renewable energy makes economic sense for the United States. Even in such a highly theoretical country, it is unlikely that green energy projects would make much headway due to a ‘green versus green’ regulatory structure where local environmentalist groups battle alternative energy projects, contend two authors in a recent Heritage Foundation presentation of their new book. Continue reading


Banks’ Market Morass

The passage of the Dodd-Frank Act was intended to reign in a run-away financial services industry following the market troubles of 2007. However, experts at the Heritage Foundation recently questioned whether these regulations were too burdensome on small banks, leading to a lack of credit for small town America. Continue reading