EPA: Unhealthy days in cities increase despite other gains
When EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler stopped by the White House last week to tout the Trump administration's environmental record, he was quick to use a familiar talking point: Emissions of a half-dozen key pollutants have plunged by almost three-quarters since passage of the Clean Air Act in 1970.
Republicans skeptical of scientific integrity bill
A bill to set a scientific integrity policy across federal agencies received solid support yesterday during a hearing by members from the House Science, Space and Technology Committee.
White House reviews more disposal regs
The White House's regulatory shop has completed a standard review of another set of proposed changes to EPA's 2015 coal ash disposal regulations.
Democrats pounce following GAO report on advisory panels
A Government Accountability Office report yesterday gave Democrats fresh ammunition to go after how EPA has been run under President Trump.
Bills would cut reach of EPA New Source Review
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul has revived a legislative package that would dramatically reduce the reach of EPA's New Source Review permitting program for power plants and other industrial facilities.