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CNET
California, feds bump heads over CAFE requirement changesWhen it comes to environmental standards, California has always gone its own wa
CNET / Posted 5 days ago
When it comes to environmental standards, California has always gone its own way. The California Air Resources Board has historically kept automobile manufacturers on their toes when it comes to vehicle emissions, pushing for ever more strict... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Is Trump’s EPA chief bluffing? Or will he go after California’s tough standards on greenhouse gases?California officials and clean air advocates are increasingly concerned the Tru
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 9 days ago
California officials and clean air advocates are increasingly concerned the Trump administration may attempt to unravel a key program to drive down greenhouse gas emissions from automobile fleets while also jeopardizing the ability of California and... Read more
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Newsweek
How the EPA's Scott Pruitt became the most dangerous member of Trump’s cabinet | OpinionFor someone whose entire political career has been built on an animosity to Was
Newsweek / Posted 10 days ago
For someone whose entire political career has been built on an animosity to Washington, D.C., Scott Pruitt certainly appears to have enjoyed the past 12 months of federal employ. He has been to Morocco, where he shilled American natural gas. There... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
'White powdery substance' delivered to Assange at Ecuadorian embassy - News Updates from CLG 06 February 2018 http://www.legitgov.org/ All links are here: http://www.legitgov.org/#breaking_news Previous edition: House memo states disputed dos...contained a 'white powdery substance,' police confirmed on Tuesday night. Assan
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted 12 days ago
contained a 'white powdery substance,' police confirmed on Tuesday night. Assange, who has been holed up in the embassy for the past five-and-a-half years, fearing he will be extradited to the United States to face trial for WikiLeaks'... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
Looking Back on January 28, 2018wrote, “I believe this is the tug Rampant in the river in the vicinity of the B
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
wrote, “I believe this is the tug Rampant in the river in the vicinity of the Big Eddy locks of The Dalles-Celilo canal before the dam was completed on the Oregon side.” He submitted photos of the barge, and added that it looks like quite a flow... Read more
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News.com.au
US EPA reverses pollution policyThe US Environmental Protection Agency says it is withdrawing a provision of th
News.com.au / Posted 24 days ago
The US Environmental Protection Agency says it is withdrawing a provision of the Clean Air Act that requires a major source of pollution like a power plant to always be treated as a major source, even if it makes changes to reduce emissions. The... Read more
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The Hill
EPA pushes unified fuel emissions standard | Consumer bureau delays prepaid card rule | FDA panel weighs alternative cigarette health claimsWelcome to Overnight Regulations, your daily rundown of news from the federal a
The Hill / Posted 24 days ago
Welcome to Overnight Regulations, your daily rundown of news from the federal agencies, Capitol Hill and the courts. It's Thursday evening here in Washington where the big news is that Justice Department officials found missing text messages from two... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
If a nuclear weapon is about to explode, here's what a safety expert says you can do to survivegovernment safety expert says its entirely possible to survive a nuclear explos
Stamford Advocate / Posted 25 days ago
government safety expert says its entirely possible to survive a nuclear explosion and its aftereffects. The prospects for survival are even better with several minutes of warning before a blast, as Hawaii's ballistic missile threat system... Read more
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Connecticut Post
If a nuclear weapon is about to explode, here's what a safety expert says you can do to survivegovernment safety expert says its entirely possible to survive a nuclear explos
Connecticut Post / Posted 25 days ago
government safety expert says its entirely possible to survive a nuclear explosion and its aftereffects. The prospects for survival are even better with several minutes of warning before a blast, as Hawaii's ballistic missile threat system... Read more
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The Hill
Trump faces decision on solar panel tariffspassed a month-long continuing resolution to fund the government, but Senate De
The Hill / Posted 28 days ago
passed a month-long continuing resolution to fund the government, but Senate Democrats opposed the measure, holding out for animmigration fix to protect so-called Dreamers, young immigrants brought to the country illegally by their parents, who... Read more

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