The latest issue of U.S. News and World Report (March 20) features an interview with me on the subject of government secrecy.
It is part of the observance of Sunshine Week, which is a nationwide effort to focus public attention on the virtues of open government.
My not-so-smiling face can also be seen in light and shadow cast by window blinds (“It’s not cliche,” the photographer explained, “it’s classic.”).
See “Secrecy Under Scrutiny” by David E. Kaplan, U.S. News and World Report, March 20, 2006.
A sidebar takes a look at Freedom of Information Act policy. See “Finding out what Uncle Sam has on you” also by David E. Kaplan.
For more on Sunshine Week go to www.sunshineweek.org.
Despite the uphill battle the country is facing, Dr. Schlaerth feels optimistic about the future possibilities of industrial decarbonization.
A supply-side tax credit (STC) could offer a tax incentive to material suppliers and professional service consultants that provide goods or services to affordable housing projects.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Department of Commerce, and Department of Transportation should jointly develop and manage a data resource—a Housing Production Dashboard—to track housing production within and across states.
Exempting affordable housing from volume caps would address the underlying issue and have the greatest impact in this housing emergency.