Newspaper Articles – Taylor Smith

New Law Means Pennsylvania CO2 Regulations Will Require Legislative Approval

Pennsylvania law now requires state legislature approval of any state-developed carbon-dioxide reduction plan before it is submitted to the U.S.

Washington Senate Reexamines Solar Power Incentives

The Washington Senate Energy, Environment & Telecommunications Committee held a January 30 session to examine federal, state, and local incentives given to the solar power industry.

James Taylor to Discuss Renewable Power in Ohio

Heartland Institute senior fellow James M. Taylor will be testifying about renewable power mandates today in the Ohio Senate.

Kansas House Committee Considers Softening Renewable Mandates

The Kansas House of Representatives Energy and Environment Committee held hearings Feb.

Industry and Environmental Groups Compromise on Illinois Fracking Bill

Two Illinois legislators have introduced what they call a compromise bill to regulate hydraulic fracturing in the state.

Heartland's James Taylor Testifies on Kansas Renewables

Heartland Institute senior fellow James M.

James Taylor to Discuss Renewable Power in Kansas

Heartland Institute senior fellow James M.

Study: Fracking Exploration Could Create 47,000 Jobs in Illinois

Natural gas exploration in shale formations could create more than 47,000 jobs in Illinois and spur $9 billion in statewide economic development, concludes a new study released by the Illinois Cham

Some Conservatives are Pushing for Carbon Tax Swaps

Carbon taxes have reentered the political discussion amid reports former Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC) is building support for a carbon tax swap that would eliminate subsidies for all energy compan