May 15, 2017 archive

Energy Company in Fight with Civil Rights Museum Over Unpaid Electric Bills

An interesting story out of North Carolina where Duke Energy, the nation’s largest utility finds itself accused of racism as it tries to force a civil rights museum to cough up more than $18,000 in unpaid electricity bills. The Associated Press reports the utility has already turned off the lights once and is threatening to …

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President Nominates Chief of Enforcement at EPA

She was the top attorney for the U.S. Senate Environment and Public Works Committee when it was chaired by Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe and now Susan Bodine has been tapped by the President to head the EPA’s enforcement division. Bodine was the committee’s top attorney since January 2015. On Friday, President Trump announced her nomination …

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