On World Water Day, Say No to the EPA’s Dirty Water Rule

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By Dalal Aboulhosn, Sierra Club Today, we celebrate World Water Day,a global day of action to ensure that every person on the planet has clean, safe and affordable water. And while EPA head Andrew Wheeler this last week acknowledged the global crisis of reliable drinking water, he ironically...
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Fuel Economy and Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Standards Are Working, According to EPA Study

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By Consumer Reports Imagine for a moment a road without rules. No speed limit? No waiting at red lights? As a driver, this might sound exciting! That is, until you think about the other cars on the road. Suddenly, it becomes obvious the rules are really important. They keep traffic...
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Trump Administration Budget Threatens Public Health, Environment

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By Mary Anne Hitt, Sierra Club The Trump administration’s recently released proposed 2020 budget is a nightmare for everyone who needs clean air, clean water, and a healthy climate. The budget includes deep cuts to virtually every program in government that protects people from environmental...
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20 Years of Clean Water Wins

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By Marc Yaggi, Waterkeeper Alliance Today, on World Water Day, I can’t help but reflect on the billions of people around the world without access to clean and safe water. But there’s a path toward achieving the United Nations’ 2030 goal of universal, equitable access to safe, affordable...
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Fannie, Freddie Should Use Updated Credit Scoring, CFA and Other Consumer and Civil Rights Groups Urge FHFA

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By Barry Zigas, Consumer Federation of America CFA joined the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCHR), National Fair Housing Alliance (NFHA) and Woodstock Institute in urging the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) to support more rapid Adoption Of Alternative Credit Scoring...
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