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Spending Trillions More Is Ahead for Taxpayers

Taxpayers need to buckle up and hang on because even more trillion-dollar spending is ahead.

April 15, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1618519001

Back to the Future on Green Energy

The President's Executive Order to tackle climate change is the most expensive, expansive, and elaborate ever implemented.

January 29, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1611964948

Killing the XL Pipeline is Not the Way to Build Back Better

President Biden’s campaign promise was to “Build Back Better.”  But one of his first actions was to lay off thousands of Keystone XL Pipeline workers, stopping future expansion that would have created 60,000 direct and indirect jobs.

January 22, 2021 — Elizabeth Wright 1611357585

Top 21 Issues for States in 2021

As states prepare for their legislative sessions, CAGW suggests states should focus on these 21 critical issues. 

December 15, 2020 — Frances Floresca 1608063752

CAGW Supports a Consistent Cost-Benefit Analysis for the Clean Air Act

The EPA must ensure that the Clean Air Act rules proposed under the Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking must provide consistent and high quality cost-benefit analyses for significant rules.

CAGW Comments to the FERC on Net Metering

CAGW files comments in favor of New England Ratepayers Association's petition concerning wholesale energy sales. 

Federal Mandate on Debt Collection Will Not Help Struggling Consumers

Any future coronavirus relief packages must not include a federal “fix” for utilities’ debt collection.  Doing so will only add to the intense economic pain with which customers and their families are already coping.

June 5, 2020 — Peter Klensch 1591377850

Joe Biden Should Reject the Far-Left’s Demands

While Joe Biden is all but guaranteed to be the Democratic nominee for president, he is still far from wooing the Far-Left.

April 17, 2020 — CAGW Staff 1587147825

New Fuel Standards Put Drivers’ Safety and Affordability First

The SAFE Vehicle Rule will promote more affordable, cleaner, and safer cars for American drivers.

April 3, 2020 — Peter Klensch 1585935759

Plastic Bag Bans and the Coronavirus - How Are They Related?

In the meantime, during this crisis, state and local governments should consider easing or lifting the ban on plastic bags to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

March 20, 2020 — Elizabeth Wright 1584742819

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