Newly elected governor Matt Bevin of Kentucky has delivered the message that most states are missing.
“Why it is that we in Kentucky — that sit on two extraordinary basins, the Illinois basin and the Central basin, an abundance of this — how are we not participating in something that the world wants more of than they ever have?” Bevin asked. “And so, from my way of thinking, we will tell the EPA and other unelected officials who have no legal authority over us as a state, to pound sand.”
This is an example of how a properly represented state can deal with the overreaching bureaucracies of the federal government.
This is how Michigan could answer its own energy needs as we go forward.