Water Board Gives Atlantic Coast Pipeline Conditional Approval
The next step in the approval process.
Atlantic Coast Pipeline Inks Labor Contracts
A once-in-a-generation opportunity to rebuild infrastructure and bring back middle class jobs that have disappeared from too many communities.
Hey, I-66 Whiners: Join a Friggin’ Carpool!
Here’s a tip to the whiners: Don’t have to pay it! Just drive on I-66 like you always have!
Follow the Dark Money
While the Washington Post and other media report on Dominion’s political influence, they show no comparable curiosity about Dominion’s opponents.
Broadband Boondoggles in Southwest Virginia
Is having broadband connectivity a necessary condition to achieving revitalization in Southwest Virginia?
The Energy-Efficiency Option
By most standards, lower electric rates are a good thing.
Spike the State-Local Tax Deduction
Insofar as Virginia is a purple state trending blue, eliminating the loophole will impact our state more than most.
No Paino, No Gaino
A conversation with President Troy Paino, President of the University of Mary Washington, about the competitive higher education market that must balance investment in buildings, amenities, and student enrichment while remaining affordable.
How to Inconvenience Drivers and Punish Businesses for No Discernible Reason
Cordoning off two lanes along miles of Richmond’s Broad Street for nearly a year and a half seems mind-numbingly unnecessary as construction continues for the future transit system.
Air Board Approves Carbon Caps for Electric Utilities
On Thursday the Virginia Air Pollution Board unanimously approved regulations to reduce carbon from electric utilities by 30% between 2020 and 2030.