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Vitter Highlights Preemption Provision As Key Tenet Of TSCA Reform Bill

Sen. David Vitter (R-LA) is highlighting language on structuring how and when EPA chemical safety rules would preempt those established by states as a key tenet of the final bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), following years of negotiations on the contentious issue that blocked previous efforts at TSCA reform.

House GOP Lawmaker Questions Legitimacy Of EPA Personnel Decisions

House oversight panel member Paul Gosar (R-AZ) says several recent EPA personnel decisions such as disciplinary proceedings that it took since acting Deputy Administrator Stan Meiburg was nominated to that position could be undermined if the administration loses a court case over the legitimacy of acting officials.

EPA Study Review May Help Calculate Existing Oil & Gas Air Rule Benefits

EPA is poised to this month complete a peer review of how to incorporate a study on monetized benefits of reducing ozone-related mortality due to cutting methane emissions into regulatory analyses, which advocates say might help EPA use data from its draft information request for existing oil and gas operations in order to calculate benefits of a potential methane rule for those sources.

EPA Proposes To Add Flame Retardant HBCD To Toxics Release Inventory

EPA Likely To Commit To NOx Limit In Truck GHG Rule But Will Face Petition

CASAC Members Urge EPA To Broaden Scope Of Next PM NAAQS Review

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