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Unions are looking at their recent lopsided ballot measure win in deep red Missouri as a watershed moment, and a sign of victories to come. The Missouri vote last week to overturn a "right-to-work" law restricting unions follows a string of successful red-state protests...

source: The Hill

An infrastructure plan put together by two advisers of President Donald Trump could carry potential risks, economists and transportation experts say. The plan is based on a paper by Trump economic adviser Peter Navarro, who is director of the National Trade Council, and...

source: Roll Call

Lawmakers thought they fixed the U.S. Forest Service’s “fire borrowing” problem earlier this year. But the breadth and intensity of fires scorching the West this year is likely to prompt the agency to raid other accounts one last time before budgetary changes...

source: Roll Call

Energy Transfer is planning an expansion of its two key oil pipelines in the Bakken and Permian as crude output continues to grow substantially in both basins and producers seek more access to markets, senior executives said Thursday....

source: S&P Global

Environment – on August 16th The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works will hold a legislative hearing entitled, “Hearing to Examine Implementation of Clean Water Act Section 401 and S. 3303, the Water Quality Certification Improvement Act of 2018.”...


Tariffs: Oil demand growth could fall if the U.S.-China trade dispute hurts the global economy, according to the International Energy Agency's monthly oil market report, which did not lower its annual oil demand expectations but anticipated that "growth could cool down"...



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