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A proposal to loosen California's landmark environmental protection law is expected to be introduced at the Capitol as soon as Thursday, giving the public and lawmakers only about a week to debate and consider the controversial legislation's fate.
15 pm · Four Orange County Republican state lawmakers have signed on to co-author last-minute legislation that would restrain litigation under California's environmental-protection laws. The proposal, Senate Bill 317 by State Sen. Michael Rubio , D-
The decision sends the Environmental Protection Agency , and perhaps even Congress, back to the drawing board in what has become a long and paralyzing argument over how to mesh a system of state-by-state regulation with the problem of industrial
The Obama administration's only hearing on its proposal to give the cement industry more time to meet a looser clean-air standard is under way at Arlington City Hall...The Environmental Protection Agency is getting shredded literally. Some opponents
Those are the questions swirling around the EPA's decision to require more comprehensive -- and costly -- pollution controls on three coal-fired plants that are blamed for generating haze over national parks in the region. Congress approved laws in
Texas A federal appeals court has ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency violated the Clean Air Act by rejecting a Texas program for approving air permits...Circuit Court of Appeals ruling Monday concerns the EPA's 2010 rejection of the state'
In a letter to the federal Office of Surface Mining dated Thursday, Brent Goodrum, director of Alaska's Division of Mining, Land and Water, said the federal agency is seeking to invalidate permits for the Wishbone Hill coal mine near Sutton years
Kentucky fails to make the coal industry pay enough to clean up the environmental wreckage it leaves behind, according to the U.S...Though state and federal regulators are negotiating this summer in an attempt to solve the problem, Kentucky lawmakers
Paul Wellman Attorneys Linda Krop (left) and Marc Chytilo Judge Rules in Favor of Naples Development Attorneys and Environmentalists Vow to Keep Fighting to Preserve Stretch of Gaviota Coast Wednesday, August 1, 2012 Article Tools Plans to put
A top state water quality official has weighed in on the county's Grady Ranch debacle, noting Lucasfilm consultants knew early on that a plan to recontour the Miller Creek watershed by packing fill into eroded creekbeds was unacceptable. And while