Saturday, September 20, 2014

House Seeks Compromise Language For Bills To Streamline NEPA Review

Democratic and Republican members of a key House committee are pressing environmentalists and industry to craft compromise language for a bill that would restrict EPA and other agencies' powers to review projects' environmental impacts, after the Senate approved similar measures in recent transportation and water-resources bills.

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