Ohio Has Much at Stake in Michigan’s Pipeline Fight

CEA's independent report, The Regional Economic and Fiscal Impacts of an Enbridge Line 5 Shutdown, was recently citied examining the substantial economic impact and...
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Build Back Better Is Bad for Colorado Business

CEA's Emily Haggstrom looked at some of the unintended consequences of the Build Back Better bill which would negatively impact economic competitiveness in Colorado...

Inflation Fueled by Bad Policy

Misguided federal policies are contributing tot he rising inflation families are seeing at the grocery store and gas pump.  CEA Midwest Executive Director Chris...
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War Of Words Erupts After New York City Council Votes To Ban Natural Gas...

CEA Mid-Atlantic Executive Director Mike Butler speaks with CBS New York about America's rising natural gas production and how consumers will ultimately pay the...
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Will Fuel Supply Chain Issues Leave Some Families Out in the Cold This Winter?

Marc Brown, CEA Northeast's Executive Director, sat down with WCAX to talk about how keeping the heat on this winter at an affordable price...
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Gas Prices to Rise in 2022 Amid Soaring Demand, Omicron Spread

Michael Zehr, CEA's federal policy advisor recently sat down with Cheddar News to talk about soaring gas prices and the pain consumers will be...
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Rolling Blackouts Possible This Winter, Regional Grid Warns

As New Englanders get ready for the harsh winter months ahead, the regional grid operator has already warned rolling blackouts may be possible.  With...
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Ohio Business Leaders Push to Keep Michigan From Closing Controversial Oil Pipeline

As higher gasoline and diesel prices continue to harm consumers and small businesses, The Columbus Dispatch examined the impact shutting down Line 5 would have...
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Public Service Commission Begins Hearing Line 5 Testimony

The Michigan Public Service Commission began hearing testimony on January 14 related to a permit request by Enbridge to relocate a section of the...

Common Sense Absent From Spire Pipeline Judicial Ruling

As activist judges seek to shut down critical energy infrastructure because they dislike the results of often years-long regulatory processes by state and federal...