Congress, Not Agencies, to Blame for Regulation Delays

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By Amit Narang, Public Citizen Hardly a week goes by without a story about a federal agency delaying implementation of a critical law, missing a deadline set by Congress or simply moving too slowly to put standards in place to protect the public. In what can only be described as...
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70 Mayors to President Obama: We Support Strong Clean Air Protections Against Smog Pollution!

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By Mary Anne Hitt, Sierra Club If it’s possible to love something else as much as the Pope’s statements on climate this week, it’s this: On Tuesday, 70 mayors from across the U.S. sent a letter to President Obama signaling their support for a strong clean air protections...
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Here’s What Will Happen with the EPA Ozone Rule

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By Gretchen Goldman, Union of Concerned Scientists Sometime in the next few weeks, the EPA will release its long awaited final rule on ambient ground-level ozone. It hasn’t happened yet, but there are some clues as to what the agency will do and how others will react.  Here’s how I...
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Top 5 Things Everyone Should Know About the DARK Act

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By Colin O’Neil, Center for Food Safety Over 85% of the American public wants the labeling of genetically engineered foods. But recently a majority of the House of Representatives decided to protect the bottom line of corporations such as Monsanto and ignore the will of the people. They...
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