Houston Chronicle: "There's no good reason to further delay presidential approval of Keystone."
The New York Times’ editorial board today praised last week’s federal appeals court ruling that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission must resume its consideration of the license application for Yucca Mountain, describing the decision as a “well-justified rebuke” for NRC’s dismissal of the law.
In late July, the Chicago Tribune editorialized on the health law’s “part-timing of America” as “one more reason to rewrite, or halt, Obamacare.” President Obama’s hometown paper has followed up with a new editorial on the administration’s flouting of its signature health law it furiously worked to pass over three years ago as “more reasons to delay and rewrite this ill-conceived
“Pipes Worth $200 Million Sit as Washington Fights Over Keystone XL” August 14, 2013
Another Day, Another Delay – Obama Administration Quietly Rolls Back Another Key Provision of Health LawAugust 13, 2013 | ICYMI
Another day, another delay by the Obama administration as it attempts to implement the president’s health care law prior to October 1.
NEWS: Media Outlets Report that New Study Confirms State Department Findings: Keystone XL Pipeline Will Not Impact Greenhouse Gas EmissionsAugust 8, 2013 | ICYMI
A new study out today from IHS CERA confirmed construction of the Keystone XL pipeline would “not have any impact” on greenhouse gas emissions and concluded, “Even if the Keystone XL pipeline does not move forward, we do not expect a material change in oil sands production growth.” The study’s authors reached the same conclusion as the U.S.