In this Thanksgiving week, I depart from my usual format, and look forward to the 2018 election. While I expect Republicans to take a drubbing in total votes cast, the peculiar circumstances of this election indicate that Republicans will probably maintain control of the House, although with a smaller majority, and actually gain seats in the Senate. 532 more words
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Election Anniversary: Regulatory Rollback, Stories Over Statistics, and Pressure for Local Enforcement
Approximately one year ago, Donald Trump won the presidential election. How does the Trump/Pruitt EPA record match up with the predictions that I made?
It appears that several trends that I predicted are indeed occurring. 415 more words
On October 11, 2017, the EPA issued its Record of Decision (“ROD”) selecting the remedy for the San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site in Harris County, Texas. 327 more words
Federal Court Orders More Briefing on Ownership Liability in CERCLA Suit Involving Navajo Reservation Uranium Mining
Here are documents in the matter of Navajo Nation v. Cyprus Amax Minerals Company et al, 17-cv-00140 (D. Ariz. May 22, 2017):