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Turning Carolina Red

Reports from the Front of an Energy Culture War E-Book by the Staff of Environment & Energy Publishing Five years ago, North Carolina veered from being a fairly moderate, progressive state and took a hard right when the Republican party


N.C. State Rep. Harrison: Let the EPA Do Its Job

By Davis Wax Editorial assistant, Spring/Summer 2013 What should the role of the states be in protecting human health and the environment? Last Friday, the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Environment and Economy held a hearing to untangle


Vested Power: State-Level Legislative Agendas in 2013

By Brian Sewell, J.W. Randolph and Nathan Jenkins At the state level, the public often has greater access and input on decisions and the processes of their governments. But so do special interests — especially campaign funders and industries that


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