Tennessee Corn Growers Association Joins Lawsuit Against EPA For Emissions Mandates

Several U.S. Oil And Corn Industry Lobby Groups Are Suing The Biden Administration Over Its Plans To Slash Tailpipe Emissions From Cars And Trucks. The Coalition Argues The Regulations Will Cause Economic Harm.

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TVA Looks Into Building “Modular” Nuclear Reactors In Oak Ridge

TVA CEO Jeff Lyash Said The Utility Will Likely Start Building Its First Reactor On The Site In 2027 And Finish By The Early 2030s. TVA Is Looking To Build Four Of These Reactors On The Site, But It’s Not Made A Final Decision On The First One Yet. Each Reactor Would Generate 300 Megawatts.

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Net Zero Financial Service Providers Alliance Put On Notice By 22 State Attorneys General

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Led A Coalition Of 22 State Attorneys General In Warning The Net Zero Financial Service Providers Alliance That Their Coordinated Commitments May Violate State And Federal Antitrust And Consumer Protection Laws.

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The Fallacy Of Fossil Fuels Vs. The New Green Deal [Op-Ed]

The Green New Deal Is Part Of A Socialistic Policy Based On A Long Running Fallacy: That We Have Limited Amounts Of Oil That Are Not Renewable.

Many Americans (Dems 92%, Repubs 64%) Back The Green Deal Plan (Which Would Include Universal Healthcare) Until They Know The Cost Of Beginning Estimates At $5.2 Trillion Over 20 Years. It Would Also Incur Increased Taxes To Pay For The 170% Increase In The Federal Budget For These 2 Programs.

Ultimately, The Green New Deal, Is Actually Just A “Starter Package For Turning Our Mostly Free-Market Economy Socialist.”

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Louisiana AG Argues For Injunction Against Biden’s ‘Social Cost’ Carbon Plan

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry Is Asking A Federal Court In Lafayette To Halt A Biden Administration Plan To Apply Climate Change “Social Cost” Damages When Regulating Certain Industries.

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Price Tag To Clean Up Tennessee Mines $126M

The Federal Government’s Abandoned Mine Land Fee Is Set To Expire In September, And The National Mining Association Contends $12 Billion Already Paid Into The Fund By Mining Companies To Address Issues At Abandoned Mine Sites Has Been Misused. In Tennessee…

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The Net-Zero Shell Game And Biden’s Deceptions

If Republicans Hold Their Nerve, Net-zero Will Shape Politics Over The Next Two Election Cycles. Anger At Democrats’ Indifference To The Loss Of Blue-collar Jobs Helped Donald Trump Win The White House In 2016. Biden’s Double Deception Won’t Change The Reality That Will Become Increasingly Apparent As Net-zero’s Effects Begin To Be Felt. As For Democrats, Biden’s Net-zero Plan Has All The Makings Of Being History’s Most Expensive Suicide Note.

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Made In China? Biden’s Climate Plan Raises Questions About U.S. Energy Independence

The White House Hosted A Virtual Climate Summit Last Week With Leaders From Around The World, But President Joe Biden Is Already Taking Heat For How His Climate Actions May Be Too Generous To The Nation’s Rivals.

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Biden Lays Out Aggressive Climate Agenda At World Summit

Biden Hosted A Virtual Climate Summit With Dozens Of World Leaders Thursday, The Same Day The White House Released A Set Of Aggressive Climate Goals. Critics Say The Plan Could Jeopardize The Economy At A Time It Is Recovering From Record-breaking Unemployment.

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Tennessee Below National Average For Renewable Energy Production

Tennessee Has A Long Way To Go To Meet Biden’s Executive Orders To Make The U.S. Carbon Neutral By 2050 With Only 13.9% Of The State’s Power Coming From Renewable Sources.

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