The incoming Trump administration could trigger a renewed and intensified culture of leaks at the Environmental Protection Agency, several former EPA staffers and a high-level career staffer currently at the agency, told Bloomberg BNA.
“President Trump promised that he would put America first and he has rightly determined that the Paris accord was not in the best interests of the United States. In addition to costing our economy trillions of dollars and millions of jobs, the accord also represented a willful and voluntary ceding[…]Read More »
House Republicans will pursue a law reauthorizing food assistance and farm subsidies without Democratic support after negotiations over changes to the so-called food-stamp program broke down, the chairman of the chamber’s Agriculture Committee said. Read moreRead More »