The passage of Question 2 on the Nevada state ballot will remove 150-year-old constitutional provisions for the kind of mining that allows for high salaries, increased revenue, and the industry’s overall success.
Powered by the domestic coal industry’s explosive growth throughout the 20th century, the United States’ ascent to superpower status within the global economy raised its citizens’ quality of life to a higher standard. Based on this model, we can safely assert that a renewed focus on raising energy production will similarly lift the world’s impoverished peoples out of a collective …
Both Congress and voters are starting to see some of the economic upsides to keeping energy production stateside–and here’s why that’s a good thing.
In the first of Steve Vitale’s blogs, he explains how the relationship between energy and the economy is becoming more complex than before and what knock-on effects this will have