While energy research is important, there are some experiments that the federal government needs to stop funding.
The PSC has not been useful. It does not deserve customers’ trust. Or the publics’. Or the legislatures’. It does not deserve more responsibility. Can the new Chairman and commissioners restore trust?
The Mississippi River Commission held a public hearing in Natchez last Wednesday aboard the Motor Vessel MISSISSIPPI. It got an earful.
By Kendra Ablaza | www.mississippitoday.org | March 16, 2016 Documents regarding the $6.6 billion Kemper County Energy Facility will soon be easier for the public to access. The Mississippi Public Service Commission on Thursday directed its staff to post on the commission’s website executive summary updates detailing the power plant’s construction progress. The plant is scheduled […]
On February 29, an article in Forbes came out with an article detailing a US 2nd District Court opinion that involved Mississippi litigation outsourced by Jim Hood that involved a lawsuit involving an alleged kickback scheme.
As plebes make the Donald increasingly acceptable, expect elite Trump supporters to come out of the closet.
Actuaries reported in October that the PERS funding percentage — the share of future obligations covered by current assets — ticked down to 60.4 percent from 61 percent the year before.
By Lydia Wheeler – 05/05/15 10:32 AM EDT | www.TheHill.com A new Federal Emergency Management Agency policy requiring states to address climate change before they can become eligible for grant funding is drawing fire from congressional Republicans. The regulations, part of a FEMA State Mitigation Plan Review Guide issued last month, are not set to take effect until […]
FOGGY FUTURE: Problems with the refractory lining in the Kemper Project’s gasification towers caused months of delays and could point to future trouble.
In the classic board game Monopoly, players buy up properties and place hotels and houses upon the squares to earn rent from other players. The only properties in the game where hotels and houses aren’t allowed are the two utilities and two railroads. By Steve Wilson / April 6, 2015 / www.Watchdog.org Phot Graphic: Steve Wilson […]