Regulatory Renewal: After Four Years Covering for Big Business, Agencies Get Back to Protecting People
Little Regulation of Dangerous Tourist Rides with History of Fatal Accidents
They’re Using an Obscure 1990s Law to Wipe Out Regulations Protecting Citizens and the Environment
120 Corporate Lobbyists Have Lined Up Behind the Senate’s ‘Regulatory Accountability’ Bill
EPA’s Pruitt posted the proposed change on Monday, giving people less than a week to support strong Obama regulations on poisons.
Government offices with authority to stop dangerous business practices are doing little or nothing, except rolling back long-time policies and practices.
Trump and his new EPA head have launched an assault on the agency. First target: A proposal for safer beaches and swimming areas.
Promoting an industry insider to run the agency that oversees power companies, could mean a big boost for utility rates. More coal mining coming, too.