Officially, and according to the statistics, no. Anecdotal evidence, however, indicates something else entirely – so which is it?
Jefferson Policy Journal
The discussion over possible tolling of the Interstates has everyone singing the same song: “New capacity yes -- existing capacity no.” But that position ignores […]
Taken together, everything EPA is doing to tax and penalize coal use will result in huge increases in electricity prices that will hammer family budgets, […]
While private-sector unions fight with management over an equitable distribution of profits, Government unions negotiate with friendly politicians over taxpayer’s money putting the public interest […]
Bill requires DGS to provide a listing of surplus properties on the Department's website, to include parcel identification consistent with national spatial data standards in […]