Jobs and the Future of American Energy

On May 9, sixteen Republican Attorneys General fought back against the EPA’s proposed rule to restrict the emissions of new power facilities under Section 111 of the Clean Air Act and, thereby, reducing the diversity of potential power sources. Authored by Republican Attorneys General Patrick Morrisey (WV) and Jon Bruning (NE), the letter asserts, “States have a unique role in … Read More

Protecting Pension Funds from Dodd-Frank

Eleven Republican Attorneys General joined State National Bank of Big Spring against Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew challenging the Orderly Liquidation Authority under Title II of the Dodd-Frank Act. The secretive process by which federal regulators pick winners and losers in liquidation proceedings threatens the solvency of state pension and other funds which invest in bonds issued by large financial … Read More