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State Rep. Chris Millis says the renewable energy industry hoodwinked North Carolina about the costs of giving special deals to renewable producers, which exploded from an initial projection of less than $5 million to $1.6 billion in payouts through 2016
State Rep. Chris Millis says the renewable energy industry hoodwinked North Carolina about the costs of giving special deals to renewable producers, which exploded from an initial projection of less than $5 million to $1.6 billion in payouts through 2016
 
The controversy over the possible impact of wind energy turbines on military base operations has not blown over, even though none of the relevant bills met the April 27 legislative crossover deadline
The controversy over the possible impact of wind energy turbines on military base operations has not blown over, even though none of the relevant bills met the April 27 legislative crossover deadline
 
An amended version of the regulatory reform bill (HB 760), sponsored by Reps. Chris Millis (R-Pender), John R. Bell IV (R-Wayne), and Dennis Riddell (R-Alamance), would make several changes that would protect electricity consumers in North Carolina from unnecessary price increases.
An amended version of the regulatory reform bill (HB 760), sponsored by Reps. Chris Millis (R-Pender), John R. Bell IV (R-Wayne), and Dennis Riddell (R-Alamance), would make several changes that would protect electricity consumers in North Carolina from unnecessary price increases.
 
We're seeing a lot of chest-thumping from a lot of folks talking about what a player he or she thinks she is on Jones Street. But we're finding that a surprising number of legislators are having a challenging time making it to the floor TO VOTE.
We're seeing a lot of chest-thumping from a lot of folks talking about what a player he or she thinks she is on Jones Street. But we're finding that a surprising number of legislators are having a challenging time making it to the floor TO VOTE.
 
We've expressed our dismay at recent legislation - sponsored by a hodge-podge of statist Democrats, RINOs, and reputed conservatives - to extend the 35 percent credit for solar energy production for five years.
We've expressed our dismay at recent legislation - sponsored by a hodge-podge of statist Democrats, RINOs, and reputed conservatives - to extend the 35 percent credit for solar energy production for five years.
 
House Republicans are taking another whack at ending subsidies attached to government-mandated purchases of renewable energy. House Bill 681 would require solar and other "green" power to compete with traditional fuel sources in the government-regulated electricity industry and determine the energy
House Republicans are taking another whack at ending subsidies attached to government-mandated purchases of renewable energy. House Bill 681 would require solar and other "green" power to compete with traditional fuel sources in the government-regulated electricity industry and determine the energy
 
There is currently a bill in the legislature, introduced and sponsored by Representative Chris Millis, that would phase out North Carolina's coercive renewable energy mandates, which were passed in 2007. At the present time, North Carolina requires that utility companies provide 12.5 percent of...
There is currently a bill in the legislature, introduced and sponsored by Representative Chris Millis, that would phase out North Carolina's coercive renewable energy mandates, which were passed in 2007. At the present time, North Carolina requires that utility companies provide 12.5 percent of...
 
House speaker Tim Moore and the rest of the GOP leadership in Raleigh are crowing about how much better off we’ll be now that they’ve approved an increase in the gas tax and the disbursement of even more corporate welfare.
House speaker Tim Moore and the rest of the GOP leadership in Raleigh are crowing about how much better off we’ll be now that they’ve approved an increase in the gas tax and the disbursement of even more corporate welfare.
 
Politicians these days are all crowing about being “job creators.” Gov. Pat McCrory has emptied out the corporate welfare accounts at the Department of Commerce, and he’s coming to us (and our legislators on Jones Street) looking for $45 million more.
Politicians these days are all crowing about being “job creators.” Gov. Pat McCrory has emptied out the corporate welfare accounts at the Department of Commerce, and he’s coming to us (and our legislators on Jones Street) looking for $45 million more.
 
Every once in a while we’re blessed with a lone voice of common sense, out in the wilderness, trying to inject some common sense into the nonsense that is the Raleigh political circus.
Every once in a while we’re blessed with a lone voice of common sense, out in the wilderness, trying to inject some common sense into the nonsense that is the Raleigh political circus.
 
There was a time when the GOP was recognized as the group who would cut your taxes, shrink government, and back the bureaucracy off of your case.
There was a time when the GOP was recognized as the group who would cut your taxes, shrink government, and back the bureaucracy off of your case.
 
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