Standards Save Trillions. Why Mess With a Good Thing, DOE?

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By Lauren Urbanek, Natural Resources Defense Council The Department of Energy (DOE) issued a review of the regulations it oversees this week, and the results are what you’d expect from an administration that repeatedly prioritizes polluters over people. If DOE moves forward with the proposals...
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Stop Ajit Pai’s Plan to Gut the Media-Ownership Rules and Build Trump TV

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By Craig Aaron, Free Press The Senate should have fired FCC Chairman Ajit Pai last month when it had the chance because he’s proving to be crueler and more dishonest than we feared. Now that his job is secure, Pai is wasting no time in carrying out Donald Trump’s deregulatory,...
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Beauty and the Beast: Fix Broken Cosmetics Law with Real Reform, Not Loopholes

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By Melanie Benesh and Scott Faber, Environmental Working Group Federal law on cosmetics and other personal care products is badly broken and has not been updated for nearly 80 years. This year, senators have introduced two bills to update the law – but the proposals couldn’t be more different....
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