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Senators Wage Bipartisan Push To Protect RFS Amid Doubts On Trump Plan

Democratic and Republican senators are waging a bipartisan push to preserve the future of EPA's renewable fuel standard (RFS) amid doubts over President Donald Trump's plan for the program, given his call for reducing regulatory burdens on fuel producers and new EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's prior strong attacks on the RFS.
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Emails Detail Pruitt's Prior Coordination With Fossil Groups On EPA Rules

Newly released emails from EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's time as Oklahoma attorney general (AG) show several examples where he or top officials in his office coordinated with fossil fuel groups to target EPA's climate and air regulations, bolstering critics' claims that the new administrator is too close with industry.

Trump DOJ Backs Obama EPA's Attacks On Air Rule 'Jobs' Review Ruling

The Trump Department of Justice (DOJ) is backing the Obama EPA's opposition to a federal district judge's order for EPA to broadly review how its Clean Air Act rules have affected jobs in the coal sector, asking an appellate court to overturn the ruling and defying expectations that the new administration would comply with the order.

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Rep. Green Floats Resolution Calling On EPA To Issue Cr6 Water Standard

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