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A boom in bureaucracy won’t build America back any better
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A boom in bureaucracy won’t build America back any better

"Massive expansion of federal bureaucracy and government control won’t make America’s roads and bridges better; and it won’t make our power grids more reliable or less polluting. For far too long, Washington-generated red tape and duplicative oversight have hamstrung our nation’s ability to repair crumbling infrastructure without massive cost overruns and unnecessary delays."

Capitalism’s Not-So-Dirty Secret
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Capitalism’s Not-So-Dirty Secret

"But if we are going to meet these challenges, we need to be smart about using the best tools for the job. And as another Earth Day comes and goes, markets continue to have the potential to be a major force for environmental good."

A pathway to effective climate policy: Rely on markets
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A pathway to effective climate policy: Rely on markets

"While many climate activists appear to distrust the market in favor of governmental intervention, the market is the most effective tool we have to affect economic transitions, and we need to rely upon the private sector and, specifically, private capital to drive decarbonization in a deliberate and effective manner."

Americans Know Energy Is Infrastructure
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Americans Know Energy Is Infrastructure

"Americans know what infrastructure is, and they know energy is central. Infrastructure affects everyone, everyone agrees it needs to be repaired, and everyone should have a stake in its success. President Biden and the Democrats would be making a huge mistake to try and shove yet another expensive, partisan spending package this summer in the name of infrastructure. It’s time for them to reach across the aisle and work seriously on behalf of America."

Idaho Project a Flashpoint of Environmentalists’ Drag on Economic Progress
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Idaho Project a Flashpoint of Environmentalists’ Drag on Economic Progress

“Despite the misinformation regarding mining being promulgated by its environmentalist opponents, Midas Gold’s proposal would use modern, heavily regulated mining to responsibly extract hundreds of millions of pounds of valuable domestic resources. Proceeds of the mining activities would also be used to reclaim the land and water damaged by earlier and largely unregulated mining.”

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