House Panel Eyes Hearing To Launch Debate On EPA’s Post-Trump Future

May 9, 2019
A House subcommittee is planning a June 11 hearing to get input from former EPA administrators -- two Republicans and two Democrats -- on how to reform the agency following President Donald Trump’s policy rollbacks and budget cuts, launching Congress’ debate on burgeoning questions about the future of environmental protection. According to a source with knowledge of the planned hearing, the House Energy & Commerce Committee’s panel on oversight plans to question the former EPA chiefs on how to rebuild...

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