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Trump Clears Path for Keystone Approval

Trump Clears Path for Keystone Approval

By Gregg Laskoski | January 31, 2017

Do good things come to those who wait?  TransCanada is about to find out. Promises made by then-candidate Trump are now being delivered by the newly elected president and it is welcome news to TransCanada, the firm that’s been working since 2010 to complete…

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Ontario To Deny License Plates for Scofflaws

Ontario To Deny License Plates for Scofflaws

By Gregg Laskoski | January 28, 2017

Scofflaws in Ontario will soon feel considerable pressure to pay outstanding fines because the province now gives municipalities the power to deny them license plates. According to The Canadian Press, the crackdown begins in May when people who have not paid…

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Ignition Interlock Laws Reduce Drunk Driving Fatalities by 7%

Ignition Interlock Laws Reduce Drunk Driving Fatalities by 7%

By Gregg Laskoski | January 26, 2017

A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, reports a 7% reduction in fatal drunk driving crashes in states that require ignition interlocks for all drunk driving offenders. 28 states and…

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Trump’s ‘America First’ Energy Plan Seeks Independence From OPEC

Trump’s ‘America First’ Energy Plan Seeks Independence From OPEC

By Gregg Laskoski | January 24, 2017

Within hours of President Trump’s inauguration, his newly assembled administration released a statement summarizing the ‘America First’ Energy Plan, which he hopes will unleash exceptional economic growth by freeing domestic energy production from prohibitive…

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