Obama leads bipartisan effort to raise fuel-economy standards 26 Jul 2006 at 1:07pm Is the sting of $75-a-barrel oil and the threat of World War III exploding in the Middle East enough to convince Congress to finally boost auto fuel economy? Probably not, but a bipartisan coalition of senators led by Barack Obama (D-Ill.) is […]Read More
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The EPA is in the SCOTUS crosshairs.
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Channeling climate action funds to people for whom conservation is a way of life.
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Do we trust the Supreme Court to act above partisanship? Not this Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court Case That Could Upend Efforts to Protect the Environment https://bit.ly/3A7Cb00
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