A coalition of 31 states challenging EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers’ Clean Water Act (CWA) jurisdiction rule is claiming that the agencies’ rule ignores Supreme Court precedent, usurps state water authorities, and violates Constitutional principles on states’ rights, the Commerce Clause and vagueness doctrines.
• The EPA lost ‘audit trail’ for tracking pesticide registration fees • Industry fees will go up if legislation is passed this fall By Tiffany Stecker The EPA can’t be certain how much money is in its pesticide registration coffers, and that concerns the agency’s watchdog. The Environmental Protection Agency’s inspector general was[…]Read More »
Neonicotinoid manufacturers are rallying around a 2015 industry-sponsored study that concluded that growers see significant yield and economic benefits from using neonicotinoids in corn and soybeans, among other crops. Read moreRead More »