- Will SolarCity survive without taxpayer money?


Sunset of solar subsidies shadows SolarCity

The federal grants that SolarCity relied on to maintain viability as a company are drying up, and the company sunk into the red last year. Critics say this highlights the danger of a business model built on taxpayer money.
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The cost of responsibility-free government

A recent study of Michigan homes found it cost twice as much to make houses energy-efficient as the actual dollar value of the energy savings. But is anyone in the media paying attention?
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And they shall admit the truth


Wisconsin's vote to become the nation’s twenty-fifth Right To Work state sent a clear message to unions across the country: the right to work movement is gaining ground.



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How will trucking industry ‘keep rolling’ under new EPA rules?

New EPA fuel-efficiency standards will drive up costs for trucking companies, which could put many owner-operators out of business.
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