The Clean Power Plan’s on Hold, But Clean Agriculture Can Move Forward

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By Peter Lehner, Earthjustice The Supreme Court’s unexplained stay of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan was “one of the most environmentally harmful judicial actions of all time,” writes Michael Gerrard of Columbia Law School in this excellent blog post. But rather than vent outrage,...
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Big Business Objects to Union Busting Transparency

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By the Teamsters A week after the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) attempted the level the playing field by closing a loophole that enabled third-party consultants and attorneys to engage in union busting, big business is biting back by suing the agency The National Association of Manufacturers...
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U.S. PIRG Testifies in Favor of Strong Chemical Plant Safety Rule

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By Carli Jensen, U.S. PIRG Earlier this month, the EPA formally proposed a long-awaited rule on chemical plant safety in response to an executive order issued in 2013 by President Obama, which called on several agencies, including the EPA to modernize their chemical plant safety rules. The new...
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