Senate Antiregulatory Package Bill is Selling Corporate Welfare, But the New York Times Editorial Page Isn’t Buying

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By James Goodwin, Center for Progressive Reform Still just a few weeks into the new year, both chambers of Congress are making it clear that attacks on our system of regulatory safeguards will remain a top priority in 2016.   The GOP-controlled House of Representatives has already passed—along...
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We Need Tougher Rules to Keep Lead Out of Kids’ Drinking Water

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By Carter Hall, Earthjustice Last month, the mayor of Flint, Michigan, alerted her city to a manmade disaster. Tests showed that too many children in the city had unsafe levels of lead in their blood, and the mayor responded by declaring a state of emergency. This was not an overreaction....
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