What was our top message to South Dakota legislators as they reconvened Jan. 14 for a fast-paced, 35-working-day session?
Continue with policies that preserve fairness for all customers, and don’t overlook the value of the grid.
One of the two items that Ben Franklin said we can be certain of.
Taxes took the early headlines in Nebraska’s 2013 legislative session and will certainly dominate the 2014 session as well.
Last year, the legislature killed the governor’s two tax proposals in committee and then formed the Tax Modernization Committee to wrestle with the issue themselves.
Iowa State Senate Democrats will emphasize worker middle-class economic issues, pursuing additional funding to expand preschool services and tax cuts for middle-income earners.<
- Reducing red tape for companies helping Colorado with natural disasters.
- Repealing recent rural renewable mandates.
- Creating new regulations for the oil and gas industry.
- Making utility metal theft a class 3 felony.
- And let’s not leave out another major issue, like a statewide oil and gas ballot initiative.
What do all these things have in common?
‘Tis the season for baking holiday goodies and large family meals. Before you bake those gingerbread cookies or cook that turkey, here’s a list (and be sure to check it twice) on how you could be maintaining and using your range for greater efficiency and safety.
“Made to order.” A concept easily identified with fast food restaurants, haircuts and business cards.
But what about brick?
That’s what Pueblo, Colo.-based Summit Brick Company has done for its industrial, commercial and residential customers since 1902.
Summit Brick, the only family-owned brick company in business in Colorado, owns its own clay mines and production facilities throughout the state. It’s a flexible manufacturer capable of producing more than 60 different styles of brick in 130 different colors.