Industry representatives say lawmakers are making progress on a major regulatory overhaul.
A senior Republican is pressing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for details about the interagency group that sets the “social cost of carbon.”
Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) wants to support private wood certification programs to increase competition.
The powerful U.S. Chamber of Commerce is trying to build political momentum behind legislation that would greatly scale back Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) carbon emissions rules for new power plants.
The rule would force oil and mining companies to disclose payments to foreign governments.
A number of federal agencies and advisory boards will get together in the next few weeks.
Here’s a look at what’s on the government’s calendar:
Vitter pressed a senior Environmental Protection Agency official Tuesday for names of participants in the interagency process to revise the “social cost of carbon,” a metric of carbon pollution’s toll.
Redundant elements in endangered species regulations could cost the government as much as $474 million over the next decade, according to a new report commissioned by a major pesticide trade group.
Having three agencies each conduct its own analysis of how some pesticides affect protected plants and animals is a waste of taxpayer money, the CropLife America report said.
Federal advisory panels are scheduled to meet in person, on the phone and via webinar in the next couple of weeks. Here’s a look:
The Environmental Protection Agency’s advisory board for the ...
Staffers at the Nuclear Regulator Commission (NRC) say their hard work isn’t being rewarded.
A survey of employees at the agency found that just 22 percent agreed that pay raises “depend on how well employees perform their jobs.”