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Commentary: SB4 Is Vital: Kentuckians Are Paying a High Price for Closing Coal-Fired Power...

The relentless and dangerous push to remove coal-fired capacity in Kentucky and other states is resulting in an economic catastrophe and putting millions of lives at risk.
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West Virginia Leads Coalition of 24 States Suing Biden Administration Over Expanded Water Rule

Twenty-four U.S. states have joined forces to sue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over a new, stricter rule regulating Waters of the United States under the 1972 Clean Water Act.
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Climate Change Weekly #457: Coalition Provides 2022 Climate Fact Check

Climate alarmists and their media allies once again made a slew of claims about natural disasters being caused by man-made emissions in 2022. And once again, these claims clashed with reality and science.
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Green Energy Nightmare Before Christmas: International Agency Reports Coal Is Now World’s Top Energy...

The International Energy Agency reports that coal use has soared, in response to global greens' war on fossil fuels. Replacing natural gas as the largest source of electric power.
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Coal Power Surges Amid Europe’s Energy Crisis

Despite the anti-fossil fuel rhetoric of world governments, coal power surges in use amid the current European energy crisis, with countries that previously shuttered...
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Moore: America Was Built on Coal. Now Biden Wants to Abolish It

America got rich by replacing windmills with coal plants, and now, 150 years later, Biden wants to replace coal with windmills.
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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Leads 17-State Coalition Fighting Federal Energy Power Grab

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is leading a coalition of 17 state attorneys general who sent a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), pushing back against the agencies proposed rule granting increased electrical grid oversight to itself.
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Coal Plants Are Being Kept Online to Prevent Blackouts As Green Transition Falters

Coal plants in four states are keeping their plants online in order to prevent blackouts as green energy is creating problems for states’ electrical grids amid rising summer demand.
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West Virginia’s Other Senator Just Saved Its Coal Industry

Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) may have saved the coal industry from a destructive provision in the Senate Democrats’ climate bill, imposing new regulations on coal.
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McCaughey: Power to the People – Even if It Comes From Coal

By Betsy McCaughey Despite its name, the Democratic Party has no time for democracy. Public opinion and democracy be damned, especially when it comes to...

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Texas Looking More Like California (Opinion)

Texas looking more like California, after legislators passed largest increases in spending, corporate welfare, and safety nets in state history. (Opinion) By Vance Ginn Texas’ 88th...

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Supreme Court Limits EPA’s Authority in Victory for Landowners

In Sackett v. EPA, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously struck down the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s broad application of the 1972 Clean Water Act to isolated wetlands on private property, ruling the Clean Water Act does not apply to the Sackett family’s property.