The Cabinet and the Rule of Law

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By David Driesen, Center for Progressive Reform To carry out their duty under the Constitution, senators must ask themselves the following question when considering a president’s cabinet nominee: Will this person faithfully execute the laws, even if the president wishes to ignore them and...
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Congress Prioritizes Coal Interests Over Clean Streams

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By Rebecca Bowe, Earthjustice “This is the last thing in the world I thought I would be doing at my age,” says Ron Burnett, a conservative and Rust Belt native who is nearing 70. Burnett is an unlikely opponent of a coal mine. But when he first learned that a...
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President Trump’s Executive Order Threatens Rules That Have Saved Millions of Lives

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By Sally Greenberg, National Consumers League The Trump Administration is waging war on regulations. The President signed an Executive Order this week demanding that with every new regulation, two must be rescinded. This is one of the most arbitrary and dangerous edicts ever sprung on...
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