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Special Interests are Again Pushing for Biofuel Subsidies
Lobbyists have managed to further imbalance the energy playing field and consumers will front the bill
Paige Lambermont | September 22, 2021
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The Future of the Warehouse is Automated
E-commerce and logistics firms turn to robots to speed up turnaround and cut costs
Scott Beyer | September 9, 2021
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More Businesses Have Fled California This Year in 2020
California has regulated and taxed its once-thriving economy into a coma
Brad Polumbo | September 8, 2021
Columns
How “National Landing” Will Affect Urban Development
The fast-growing NoVa neighborhood, bolstered by Amazon HQ2, mixes the ingenuities and moral hazards of America’s biggest institutions.
Scott Beyer | September 2, 2021
Listicles
What States Leading Economic Recovery Have in Common
The 10 best and worst states paint a clear picture
Brad Polumbo | August 26, 2021
Columns
Should the Federal Government Launch “Rural 5G?”
Rural broadband programs are viewed as an essential investment. But they subsidize an unsustainable lifestyle
Scott Beyer | August 19, 2021
Columns
Can Tolls Really Fund Road and Infrastructure Expansion?
Tolls can be a better solution for financing roads and taking liabilities off taxpayers.
Scott Beyer | August 12, 2021
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Hydropower Wanes Amid a Dry Year in the American West
A Western drought year spells trouble for the region's usually reliable hydropower
Paige Lambermont | August 10, 2021
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The Problem with a Federal Infrastructure Bill
Bipartisan enthusiasm in Congress for more infrastructure spending ignores the economic and political fundamentals.
Scott Beyer | August 10, 2021