EPA Punts Key Regulatory Deadlines Amid Uncertainty On Biden’s Status

July 8, 2024
EPA’s just-released regulatory agenda shows the agency is delaying deadlines for a host of rules governing PFAS and as well as several rules planned under TSCA and other core programs amid uncertainty over whether President Joe Biden will continue running for a second term. According to Spring 2024 Unified Agenda, released July 5, the agency has shelved, for now, plans to write a proposed rule listing additional per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) as hazardous substances under the Comprehensive Environmental Response,...

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