Trump’s EPA Hears From People—Protect Our Air and Water

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By Andrew Wetzler, Natural Resources Defense Council Monday marked the end of a public comment period, initiated by the political leadership of the Environmental Protection Agency, to identify regulations for possible modification and repeal. But a funny thing happened – it turns out most...
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Why the Senate Should Reject the ‘License to Kill’ Bill

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By Scott Faber, Environmental Working Group Most Americans think asbestos was banned decades ago. But asbestos-caused diseases still kill up to 15,000 Americans a year. Here’s why the U.S. is one of the few nations in the world where asbestos is still legal: In the 1970s Congress passed a...
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Ahead of Markup, CPR Member Scholars Voice Concerns Over the Senate Regulatory Accountability Act

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By James Goodwin, Center for Progressive Reform Today, 27 Member Scholars of the Center for Progressive Reform, leading academics who specialize in administrative law and regulatory policy, submitted a letter to Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson...
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