The Clean Power Plan is akin to letting a condemned man choose his method of execution: One way or another, it’s the end.
The projected benefits of the proposed new, stricter ozone standard appear small and contrary
Congressional safeguards prevent abuse of Trade Promotion Authority.
When it comes to government mandates, ethanol proves, "it's complicated."
It's hard to find evidence -- or even scars -- of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, but it's a cash cow.
National energy policy directly affects jobs and business in Georgia.
Zoning policies send a distorted market signal
If everyone bought 40-mpg cars, greenhouse gases would decline by less than a negligible 0.5 percent.
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The economic benefits of offshore drilling far outweigh environmental concerns.
Shutting down myths about express toll lane projects before they shut down Georgia's progress.
For decades, American ingenuity has allowed us to keep up with growing energy demands and REDUCE pollution at the same time.
As for using this action to reduce asthma attacks and fatalities: The EPA has highlighted the dramatic improvements in air quality over the past 30 years, despite the increase in population, the economy and vehicles miles traveled.
Georgia already has its sights set on the next strategy after completion of the Savannah River Harbor Project. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein.
President Barack Obama has signed legislation that will provide federal funds to deepen the Savannah River and Harbor. By Foundation Editor Mike Klein
March was eventful at the Georgia Public Policy Foundation. More than 200 supporters attended the Annual Reception and Dinner to celebrate 23 years of promoting free markets, limited government and individual responsibility in Georgia.
"I work in an area that is all about opportunity and attainment of the American Dream," says Lisa Kelly, co-founder and President of the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program. Kelly spoke passionately about school choice at our 2014 Foundation Annual Dinner.
Nelson Mandela passed away on Thursday, December 5, 2013 at age 95. Mandela carved out a legacy quite unlike anyone else in the 20th and early 21 Centuries, first as the face and voice of the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, then as its elected President when apartheid was abolished and in his later years, as the recognized heart and soul of his nation. Georgia Public Policy Foundation VP Benita Dodd was born and raised in South Africa during apartheid. She offers these thoughts on his remarkable life and legacy.
Despite the claims that organic food is safer and more nutritious, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) simply won't say so.