President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture will sever ties with his farming business while keeping his real estate investments, according to disclosures released Sunday by the Office of Government Ethics.
The Trump EPA is weighing a possible shuttering of EPA’s Office of Enforcement & Compliance Assurance (OECA) and returning civil enforcement to program offices, a move that sources say would significantly curb civil enforcement and be in line with Trump’s calls to limit the agency’s work — though its prospects[…]Read More »
Throughout his campaign and even now in office, President Trump has promised to support ethanol and biodiesel. During the Environmental Protection Agency hearing on the 2018 Renewable Fuel Standard on Tuesday, several testifying expressed uncertainty that the proposal upholds that promise. Read moreRead More »