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Dec 08 2016
Trump has chosen Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), placing someone who questions the science of climate change—and who has fought the agency as a state official. Proponents say Scott is a respected leader who will bring EPA back to its central mission of clean air and clean water.USA TODAY Townhall New York Daily News
Apr 05 2017
"Disaster for Clean Water, Air," says the Environmental Working Group.
Give me a break.
Regulation zealots and much of the media are furious because President Donald Trump canceled Barack Obama's attempt to limit carbon dioxide emissions. But Trump did the right thing.Reason
Jul 01 2022
“The Supreme Court on Thursday truncated the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate greenhouse gases… [Chief Justice John] Roberts wrote that the EPA’s effort to regulate greenhouse gases by making industry-wide changes violated the ‘major-questions’ doctrine – the idea that if Congress wants to give an administrative agency the power to make ‘decisions of vast economic andThe Flip Side
Dec 20 2021
Manufacturers of new cars and light trucks will be required to achieve a fleet average of 40 miles per gallon by 2026, according to Environmental Protection Agency standards finalized Monday.
Some outlets across the spectrum reported a different number — 55 miles per gallon — likely because they used a different figure from the EPA’s regulatory update document; the “40 miles per gallonRoll Call CNN (Online News) Fox News (Online News)
Jun 26 2019
The Chief of the Office of Air and Radiation resigned on Wednesday. Bill Wehrum departed during an ethics probe conducted by House Democrats that looked into his former business dealings.
The Office is a subsidiary of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Wehrum is expected to leave his post by the end of June.HuffPost The Hill Washington Examiner
Jun 30 2022
The Supreme Court released a 6-3 decision Thursday morning that limited the Environmental Protection Agency’s authority on carbon emissions and could have far-reaching implications for other federal agencies.
Writing for the majority, Chief Justice John Roberts argued that while capping carbon emissions “may be a sensible ‘solution to the crisis of the day,’” the power to makeSCOTUSblog Washington Post National Review