Month: January 2012

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  • January
    23 2012

    Water Rights Becoming Issue In Light Of Texas Drought

    In January of 2012, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) issued a notice to multiple groups in the Texas Sabine River Basin. Sources say these groups were told that their rights to the river water will be suspended because a hunting and fishing club needs more water. Legal sources say the move was made […]

  • January
    20 2012

    Northeastern U.S. Will Increase Dependence On Gulf Coast Refineries

    According to many recent reports, the northeastern United States is expected to lose half of its regional fuel production capability following financial troubles which have pushed the refineries to a standstill. Many economists believe the situation is likely to increase the northeastern states dependency on the gulf coast refineries. According to industry sources, the gulf […]

  • January
    17 2012

    USAA To Increase Rates For 3rd Time This Year

    According to reports, Texas USAA home and condo insurance policyholders are facing the third rate increase in the past 12 months. Reportedly, the San Antonio based company has announced it plans to raise rates an average of 5.7 percent beginning on May 14, 2012. According to USAA spokesman Paul Berry, the rate increase is being […]

  • January
    12 2012

    La Grange Jury Awards $150 Billion Following Vicious Attack on Young Boy

    According to reports, a jury in La Grange has awarded the family of Robbie Middleton more than $150 billion in damages. Sources say the verdict is the largest in a personal injury case in U.S. history. Unfortunately, many legal authorities were quick to point the verdict is largely symbolic as collecting on such a verdict […]

  • January
    09 2012

    Debate About International Pipeline Heats Up Following The New Year

    According to reports, President Barack Obama and Congress will face an important decision in the first months of the New Year. Sources say that the oil and gas industry has begun to push for the approval of TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline project. In fact the nation's leading oil and gas lobbyist has warned that […]