Does EPA’s New Finding on Airplane Emissions Clear the United States for Takeoff on Climate Change Standards?

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By Daniel D’Arcy, Center for Effective Government Earlier this month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a proposed finding that linked airplane emissions to climate change and adverse public health effects, setting the stage for future standards on aircraft...
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House Bipartisanship Throws Up Pitifully Weak Toxic Chemicals Control Act Bill

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By Rena Steinzor and Matt Shudtz, Center for Progressive Reform Anyone who cares about the development of sound public policy has grown distraught over congressional gridlock.  The House and Senate are dysfunctional to an extent not seen in modern times.  Neither is able to develop bipartisan...
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Low Income Energy Efficiency Programs Reduce Energy Use and So Much More

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By Deron Lovaas, Natural Resources Defense Council Making homes more energy efficient brings outsized benefits for those living on moderate-and-low incomes, lowering their energy bills, maintaining the affordability of their homes, reducing pollution, and creating healthier and more comfortable...
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