Advisors Face Challenging Schedule Reviewing Range Of EPA Policies

June 7, 2019
EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB) is planning to review a broad range of Trump administration deregulatory policies in a relatively quick fashion in order to provide advice on the agency’s regulatory timeline, efforts that SAB Chairman Michael Honeycutt acknowledges will be difficult but adds that the board has voted to undertake. “I hope nobody has vacation plans or if you do, let’s coordinate,” Honeycutt said during clarifying remarks at the end of SAB’s June 5-6 meeting in Washington, D.C. Honeycutt,...

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