Jay Inslee's Latest Climate Proposal Goes Much Farther Than His Challenger's Plans
Ahead of the Democratic debates, Washington Governor Jay Inslee releases another slew of climate policies targeting fossil fuel production.
Can Ending Fossil Fuel Subsidies Pay for Beto O'Rourke's Climate Plan?
The Democratic candidate's first policy proposal calls for an end to tax breaks for the fossil fuel industry.
Cities and States Spend a Ton to Woo Big Companies. Is It Money Well Spent?
A new report says local governments doled out $9.3 billion to tech companies in recent years. These handouts may not produce jobs, but they play well with voters.
Citing Harm to Workers, U.S. Airlines Pressure Tillerson on Foreign Airline Subsidization
The CEOs of Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, and United Airlines argue that the Persian Gulf states' subsidization practices are anti-competitive.
Why Is the Government Spending So Much to Subsidize Coastal Rebuilding?
In Ocean City, New Jersey, alone, Washington has dropped more than $40 million to restore beaches that will never be safe from the storms.
Clean Energy and the U.S. Handicap: One Man's Story
On-again, off-again federal support cripples emerging industries in the United States, America's pre-eminent wind energy pioneer believes.