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December 9, 2011
Important air protection will save between 900-2,500 lives
December 2, 2011
Updated standards will save 8,100 lives
December 2, 2011
Would affect public health, worker safety, environment and other protections
November 17, 2011
Introduce Roadless Area Conservation Act today
November 17, 2011
Senate bill would establish programs to safeguard natural resources and communities
November 17, 2011
Proposal will help reduce U.S. dependency on Big Oil
November 15, 2011
FTC action sought on alleged failures by Newegg, BJ’s Wholesale Club to label appliances as required by law
November 10, 2011
Permit fails to ensure District rivers will meet water quality goals
November 10, 2011
Sides with Americans and their health and future by defeating Sen. Rand Paul’s Bad-Neighbor Dirty Air Act and Sen. John McCain’s Big Polluter Bailout
Victory
November 10, 2011
Agreement will force action toward cleaner air for people to breathe and clearer skies in National Parks and other iconic public lands
November 9, 2011
Legislation would let coal-fired power plants continue in their deadly, dirty ways
November 1, 2011
Inspections reveal threefold increase in “significant-hazard rated” ponds
November 1, 2011
EPA must pass regulations to protect public health from arsenic, lead and mercury
October 26, 2011
Agency’s bureaucratic location less important than its protection of American people
October 20, 2011
ND Senators lead the effort despite evidence of “poor-rated” coal ash ponds in their state