EPA’s use of science to come under committee’s microscope November 13, 2019

Roll Call

[Barbara] Gottlieb said the proposal appears to be an effort to gut other EPA rules. “This regulation exists in order to be able to challenge a swath of regulations that we count on today,” she said. “They’re trying to weaken the scientific record.”

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