By The Guardian on June 1, 2012
Congressional budget cuts of over $500m could leave crews scrambling for resources in an already overactive fire season
By Michael Brune on April 6, 2012
Congress has already missed multiple chances to extend the PTC, which has solid support in the House but has struck out in the Senate. There’s still hope that a bipartisan effort will rectify the situation.
By ProPublica on December 21, 2011
A bill to strengthen oil and gas pipeline safety regulations awaits President Obama’s signature. But while many applaud Congress’s move toward more oversight, others question whether the impending law goes far enough.
By Timothy Hurst on December 19, 2011
As news trickled out Sunday that the House GOP would likely reject a Senate bill extending the payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits for 60 days, several DC insiders speculated that the move could kill the controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
By Michael Brune on September 30, 2011
Woody Guthrie put it best when he sang, “This land is your land.” Until, that is, someone steals it from you.