Charlie Gerow Most Americans agree that tax reform and significant tax cuts are badly needed. The keys to successfully reinventing our tax system are to make it simple, fair, to encourage U.S. competitiveness and to
The Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal) applauds U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt for his Agency’s proposed repeal of the ‘Clean Power Plan’ rules on stationary energy generating sources. This proposed rule, implemented
This week, the House of Representatives voted to pass the budget resolution for fiscal year (FY) 2018, which sets the overall discretionary spending level for FY18 at $1.132 trillion. Among the provisions were $75 billion
Annie Holmquist One of the fascinating things about the chaotic culture on America’s college campuses is the unlikely bedfellows it is producing. Particularly striking are the liberal professors who are speaking out against students agitating
Former Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell ignored rules of civil procedure and failed to appear for a properly noticed deposition to take his testimony regarding his use of private email accounts to conduct state business.