Legislators say municipal measures can create a regulatory patchwork; mayors say the lawmakers want to usurp local control.
“President Donald Trump’s No. 1 priority for agriculture is international trade, followed by a “reliable, affordable workforce,” Ray Starling, special assistant to the president for agriculture. Read moreRead More »
A federal hiring freeze, as suggested by President-elect Donald Trump, could affect EPA’s ability to retain top-flight scientists through a program known as “Title 42,” which EPA and other science-based agencies use to attract and retain highly skilled scientists who would otherwise be lured away by more lucrative offers from[…]Read More »