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The "waters of the U.S." rule sparked debate at a Senate Judiciary Committee heariing.
Lamar Alexander advised John Hoeven that his amendment could blow up a crucial bill.
Republicans agreed to give states more power while EPA assesses chemicals.
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The petition asks Democrats to reject the bipartisan bill.
The case hinges on whether the agency failed to consider costs.
Justices will weigh EPA’s first-ever limits on mercury and toxics emitted by power plants.
EPA says the risk assessment demonstrates a need for chemical law reform.
Legal experts spent the majority of Tuesday’s hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee...
Proponents of the Vitter-Udall bill say, the effort is already gaining traction.
Under the current Toxic Chemicals Control Act, the EPA has been unable to regulate asbestos....
The senator says the agency is lobbying inappropriately for its drinking water regulation.
Lawmakers say the bill to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act is a bipartisan effort.
An EPA official said he's "concerned" about resources being tied up by industry requests.
Two competing bills to reform the Toxic Substances Control Act are before the Senate.
Enlist Duo contains glyphosate, which health officials say "probably" causes cancer.
Sen. Ed Markey said the amendment undercuts President Obama's authority.
High court will hear arguments on a challenge to EPA's air quality rule.
MTU America Inc. is a Michigan-based subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG.
The EPA said it could take over 100 years to regulate 1,000 chemicals under the bill.
Lawmakers questioned the legality of EPA's power plant rule in a hearing Tuesday.
The bill, she said, would take away states' rights to issue protections.
Sens. Tom Udall and David Vitter are leading a bipartisan group of lawmakers.