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Voters Seek More Information from State Attorney General About Line 5 Project

CEA Michigan State Director, Chris Ventura discusses why it's important for Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel to provide the facts of Line 5 to...

Baja California, Mexico, Joins Western States and Tribal Nations

VERNAL, Utah – Western States and Tribal Nations (WSTN), an initiative led by sovereign tribal nations, states and counties to advocate for rural economic...
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How New York’s Bad Energy Choices Are Hurting Neighboring States – and the Environment

Angela M. O'Connor, former chair of the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities and energy industry expert,  explained how New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's bad...
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Erie-Ohio Pipeline Project Nears Completion

The $86 million Risberg Pipeline nears completion, great news for Ashtabula County and Ohio's industrial industries. The project is expected to employ 500 construction...

An Oil Pipeline Approved Without Controversy in Minnesota? Seems So

While political theatre is common-place around the approval of pipelines, Enbridge's Line 4 receives the green light. "Enbridge received the green light to reroute a...
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We Must Support the American Pipeline Build-Out

Thanks to poor politics, natural gas shortages in states like New York are becoming the norm. While anti-energy activists declare this a "win", people...

New Jersey’s Energy Safety Net is in Trouble

CEA Mike Butler explains how bad energy policy has led to unaffordable energy prices for many New Jersey families, leading to another safety net...
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New Mexico’s Rural Communities Can’t Afford Higher Energy Prices

CEA's Victoria Gonzalez discusses how when the price of energy increases, New Mexican farmers have a harder time affording the watering of crops, fertilizers,...

County “Levelheaded” on Offshore Energy

Kudos are deserved for Brunswick County Board of Commissioners for keeping their neutral stance on offshore energy development: For starters, kudos to Commissioner Mike Forte...
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Lower Gas Prices Move Florida Tourism Numbers Higher

More than 16.5 million visitors visited South Florida last year, a 3.5 increase in tourism from the year before – courtesy of expansions in...
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