The Environmental Protection Agency has emerged as one of the most influential policy architects in the president’s Cabinet, a skilled and sometimes brash lawyer who is methodically taking apart a slew of regulations and agreements affecting a range of issues, from manufacturing operations to landfills.
Since 2010, the Environmental Protection Agency has been embroiled in an enforcement battle with a Michigan-based company accused of modifying the state’s largest coal-fired power plant without getting federal permits for a projected rise in pollution. Read moreRead More »
The world could use a big crop, but long range weather ideas continue to suggest a U.S. crop below 19 million bales. The important question as to actual U.S planted acreage still remains. Read moreRead More »