Utah State University

Renewable Portfolio Standards: North Carolina

The Institute of Political Economy at Utah State University has produced a report on the costs of Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) in North Carolina.  Currently, the U.S. has no federal mandate for “renewable” power production. Instead, a majority of states, including North Carolina, have created their own state laws that mandate a certain percentage of […]

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Renewable Portfolio Standards: Kansas

The Institute of Political Economy at Utah State University has produced a report on the costs of Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS) in Kansas.  Currently, the U.S. has no federal mandate for “renewable” power production. Instead, a majority of states, including Kansas, have created their own state laws that mandate a certain percentage of their statewide […]

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Sharing Renewable Energy Payments: HR 596

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Antitrust busybodies, Washington Times

Check out this op-ed by Dr. William Shughart and Dr. Diana Thomas on airlines and the DOJ’s antitrust efforts.  http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/dec/19/shughart-antitrust-busybodies/ “Moreover, the antitrust law enforcement decisions are vulnerable to the influence of special-interest groups, as we recently documented in a Cato Institute policy analysis. When it comes to reviewing mergers, such groups work hard to have their […]

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