Kenneth Artz

Artz has more than 20 years’ experience in nonprofit organizations, publishing, newspaper reporting, and public policy advocacy.
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Amended Mountain Valley Pipeline Plan Approved by FERC

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved the Mountain Valley Pipeline’s method to cross streams in Virginia and West Virginia.

LNG Export Facility Construction Underway on Gulf Coast

Construction has begun on a liquified natural gas plant, export terminal, and associated pipeline on the U.S. Gulf Coast south of Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Massachusetts Legislators Pass Differing Offshore Wind Power Plans

Massachusetts legislators have passed two different plans to expand offshore wind power.

Exxon Mobil Loses Appeal in New York and Massachusetts Climate Lawsuits

Massachusetts' lawsuit against Exxon Mobil for deceptive advertising will continue in state court after a federal appeals court dismissed the company's claims that the state's lawsuit violated the company's First Amendment rights to free speech.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Expected to Sign Bill to Cut Cross-Subsidies to Roof-top Solar Owners

Florida's legislature passed a bill to reform the state's net metering laws and end regressive subsidies to owners of roof top solar systems.

New Mexico Clean Fuel Standards Bill Fails

New Mexico's legislature did not pass a bill proposed to dramatically reduce carbon dioxide emissions from transporation fuels.

Surgeon General Enlists Allies in ‘War’ Against Health Misinformation

“If people relied on the federal government to identify ‘health misinformation,’ we would still be blaming eggs and butter for atherosclerosis.”

Report: Making Telehealth Innovations Permanent after the Pandemic

One motivation behind the paper is to address the concerns of the many groups of people telehealth would impact, specifically policymakers, health care providers, and entrepreneurs.

Federal Court in California Places Some Gray Wolves Back on Federal Endangered Species List

A federal judge in northern California ruled gray wolf populations in the Great Lakes region must be reinstated on the threatened and endangered species list.

The U.S. Department of Labor Applies Biden Climate Concerns to Retirement and Labor Rules

The U.S. Department of Labor is considering imposing new regulations to force businesses and investors priorities to align with Biden administration climate policies.

Kenneth Artz

Artz has more than 20 years’ experience in nonprofit organizations, publishing, newspaper reporting, and public policy advocacy.

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