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House GOP FY17 Bill Blocks Major EPA Rules But Avoids Large Funding Cuts

House Republicans are floating a fiscal year 2017 funding bill for EPA that would block a host of major agency regulations including its climate rules for the power and oil and gas production sectors as well as its Clean Water Act (CWA) jurisdiction rule, but the legislation would make only slight cuts to EPA's overall funding levels.

EPA Defends Facility Safety Rulemaking Process From Lawmakers' Attacks

EPA is defending from Republican lawmakers' attacks its process for developing a proposed overhaul of its facility safety program, rejecting GOP requests to delay the rulemaking in order to allow more time for critics to weigh in on the proposal and downplaying claims that the policy will impose unfunded mandates on emergency responders.

EPA Outlines Likely Information Necessary For WIFIA Loan Applications

EPA is requesting public comment on the types of information it plans to require from applicants seeking funding through the nascent Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program and may modify the data collection request before seeking White House approval to move forward with considering loan applications.

EPA Staff, Academics Weigh Role Of Ozone 'Exposure' In NAAQS Debate

U.S. Asks Appellate Court To Uphold Dismissal Of Superfund Law Liability

New Mexico Sues EPA, Mine Companies Over Gold King Wastewater Spill

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