The story of John Duarte and 450 acres in Northern California is a complicated matter. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it’s a tale of a clear violation of the Clean Water Act. Duarte, on the other hand, says the real story is about assumptions and overreach by the government.“I call it peeling the onion because this thing goes so many layers deep,” he says.
The EPA’s proposed rules to implement the amended chemicals law must show the agency will uphold the law’s scientific requirements, chemical manufacturers said. The Environmental Protection Agency’s decisions about the risks a chemical may pose must be scientifically credible, Michael Witt, director for health and environmental research at the Dow[…]Read More »
As President Barack Obama nears the end of his second term, he continues to push for more trade between the U.S. and countries around the world. What’s on his agenda? Lifting the Cuban trade embargo, passing the 12-nation Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), and advancing theTransatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (T-TIP)[…]Read More »