AGs push back against EPA ‘environmental justice’ rule, say it will increase energy costs

(The Center Square) – Twelve attorneys general have submitted comments to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan expressing concerns about a new proposed rule they argue will increase energy costs and risk Americans’ safety. At issue is the EPA’s proposed rule, “Accidental Release Prevention Requirements: Risk Management Programs under Clean Air Act; Safer Communities by…

This Is the Largest Military Base in Georgia

The U.S. defense budget – by far the largest of any country in the world – is the subject of regular controversy. But while multi-billion dollar weapons development programs that blow past budgets and deadlines will always be subject to political scrutiny, much of America’s annual military spending is less controversial. Nearly one-quarter of the…

Aerospace company plans to build electric aircraft in Georgia, but taxpayer subsidies are unknown

(The Center Square) — An aerospace company offering “sustainable urban air mobility” plans to spend $118 million on electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft manufacturing facility in Newton County. Unsurprisingly, state officials would not say whether Georgia taxpayers will cover the cost of any incentives for the company. San Jose, California-based Archer Aviation will spend…