Selenium pollution ruling is further proof that Kentucky doesn’t need the EPA

An on-going hearing between Kentucky’s Administrative Regulation Review Subcommittee and Kentuckians for the Commonwealth (KFTC) over selenium pollution in Bluegrass waterways is further evidence that citizens of the commonwealth are more than capable of monitoring their own energy sector and environment – without the heavy fist of the Environmental Protection Agency. This week, the legislative…

Letter to the Editor: Telecom update needed

This letter appeared in the Lexington Herald-Leader today. Anti-growth groups diminish poor Kentuckians’ opportunities. For years, fearmongering groups like the Kentucky Resources Council have cried “the sky is falling” while vehemently opposing legislation that would encourage investment in the commonwealth. Now, this group is attacking commonsense legislative proposals that increase access to wireless technology by…