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EPA decision could make it harder to impose environmental rules

by Scott Tong Dec 31, 2018
Coal mining companies and power plants that burn coal are trying to sort out the implications of a deregulatory move by the Trump administration late Friday. The EPA is proposing to re-think rules cutting the air pollutant mercury – it’s…

Pruitt out, but not many changes expected at EPA

by Scott Tong Jul 5, 2018
Supporters, foes and independent observers of the Trump administration agree that deregulation will remain a top priority.
Environmental activists protest outside of the Harvard Club where Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt was scheduled to speak, June 20, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt resigns

by Associated Press Jul 5, 2018
President Donald J. Trump announced the news in a tweet this afternoon.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee about the mission of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on December 7, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Pete Marovich/Getty Images)
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Critics fear EPA changes will give big industry more sway over science

by Scott Tong Mar 29, 2018
Under the new policy, academic study authors will have to share their raw data, leaving it vulnerable to distortion, some worry.
“Data needs to be transparent and objective for the American people to consume,” says Scott Pruitt, Environmental Protection Agency administrator. Above, Pruitt answers questions at a White House briefing in June.
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The EPA adds sites to its Superfund list, but no budget increase for oversight

by Jed Kim Dec 11, 2017
The Environmental Protection Agency has announced 21 new places to be deemed Superfund sites, areas with toxic pollution around the country. Being added to the Superfund list means federal officials oversee the cleanup. Yet the White House budget proposal includes…

Study: Fines for illegal pollution plummet under Trump

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 11, 2017
Environmental offenders were also required to perform less cleanup.
Sulfur in coal is a big cause of air pollution.
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What Democrats and Republicans stand to gain from Congress' new $1 trillion spending bill

by Marielle Segarra May 1, 2017
Some of Trump's key proposals, like his call for a U.S.-Mexico border, will not receive funding.
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Plan to rollback EPA rules boosts carmakers’ moods — and would boost emissions

by Jed Kim Mar 15, 2017
President Donald Trump went to Detroit and said he was going to boost American automakers. By rolling back EPA fuel economy standards that President Barack Obama finalized right before he left office, Trump said the big car companies could make…

EPA attacks harken back to Reagan era

by Scott Tong Mar 10, 2017
1980s' push to deregulate the agency resembles the Trump administration's plans.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt holds up an an agency baseball hat as he addresses employees at the agency's Washington, D.C., headquarters in February.
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Energy Star program could be targeted for budget cut

by Jed Kim Mar 6, 2017
Congress is awaiting President Donald Trump’s budget proposal with the details about his vision of government, and some preliminary elements of that plan are trickling out. According to some reports, the Environmental Protection Agency may lose as much as a quarter…