Bette Grande

Bette Grande is a Heartland Institute research fellow and former North Dakota state legislator.

Something Stinks: The War on Methane

 

The recent release of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 600-page methane rule was the latest skirmish in the war on methane, but the next battle will be felt at your supermarket. According to EPA, the oil and gas industry is the top methane offender, but livestock — especially cattle — is a close number-two, making […]

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The EPA’s Taking on Strippers

 

Shutting down low-volume wells in North Dakota is an actionable offense. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its final methane rule on May 12. The 600-page rule is agenda-driven and backed by pseudoscience, emotions, and unicorn dust, and it’s important to note one specific change in the final rule amounts to a regulatory taking. […]

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Obama Decree Gives Western Landowners the Bird

 

The Obama administration is establishing new to limits on public land uses in 10 Western states to protect the habitat of the ground dwelling greater sage grouse. The federal efforts are an attempt to prevent a continued decline in sage grouse numbers which could necessitate listing the sage grouse as threatened or endangered. The new […]

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