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Electric Vehicles Will Have a Long-Term Impact on the Gas Tax

This week, the Trump administration is expected to release a plan to encourage more infrastructure-related projects. A new White House budget proposal allocates almost $200 billion of existing infrastructure spending to new projects over the next decade. The plan does … Continue reading

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California, Colorado governors target electric vehicle sticking point—charging

Enlarge / Closeup of Chargepoint electric-vehicle charger at Google headquarters in Silicon Valley (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images). (credit: Getty Images) Last week, California Governor Jerry Brown announced one of the most ambitious electric vehicle (EV) incentive plans in the … Continue reading

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Amish Couple Required To Connect Property To Sewer System With Electric Pump

In Yoder v. Sugar Grove Area Sewer Authority, (Commonwlth. Ct. PA, Jan. 5, 2018), a Pennsylvania state appellate court, in a 2-1 decision, upheld the denial of an injunction sought by an Old Order Amish couple who object to the requirement … Continue reading

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WHY MOST ELECTRIC CAR OWNERS LEASE INSTEAD OF BUYING….

WHY MOST ELECTRIC CAR OWNERS LEASE INSTEAD OF BUYING. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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Final Republican Tax Bill Minimizes Damage To Renewables, Electric Vehicles & Affordable Housing

Republicans from the House and Senate voted yesterday to approve their conference tax bill. Due to intense lobbying efforts, negotiators in the committee reduced some of the harm I described that the previous versions of the bill would have done … Continue reading

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