The rush to deregulate whatever can be deregulated before President Bush leaves the White House is on. Part 2.
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Today, prospective college students may be less interested in a school's football team than its carbon footprint.Topics on the Beat:
Ocean-going ships are a major unregulated air pollution source.Region:
With gasoline at $4/gallon, SUV prices have been plummeting -- hurting not only local car dealers but the newspapers that depend on their ads.
A new NOAA report has reams of data on commercial and recreational fishing in the U.S.
Hunters' lead shot and anglers' lead sinkers are still a pollution source, despite rules restricting them.
Here's an embargo that a federal employee could face charges for breaking.Topics on the Beat:
The House passed a bill that would do more to ensure open records and meetings of federal advisory committees.
With the Hatfil anthrax case settled, why is a court still threatening reporter Toni Locy with jail and fines for refusing to reveal the identity of confidential sources?Topics on the Beat:
The Army Corps of Engineers has stopped giving the public access to a database that shows how well federal agencies are doing at dam safety.