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$1 billion: Trump's aggressive campaign for oil industry funds revealed

$1 billion: Trump's aggressive campaign for oil industry funds revealed

Donald Trump's recent engagement with top oil executives at Mar-a-Lago showcases a bid for campaign funding in exchange for regulatory rollbacks.

Josh Dawsey and Maxine Joselow report for The Washington Post.

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Supreme Court weighs overturning a pillar of regulatory law

While federal agencies are promulgating a slew of climate regulations, the high court heard arguments for limiting regulators' power.
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Agency power at risk in Supreme Court securities fight

The Supreme Court’s decision in a battle over the power of agencies to punish investment fraud has the potential to upend federal enforcement against polluters and pipeline builders.

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Polluting industries say the cost of cleaner air is too high

As the Biden administration prepares to toughen air quality standards, health benefits are weighed against the cost of compliance.
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U.S. companies scramble ahead of EU climate disclosure rules

Looming compliance dates in the European Union mean American companies can no longer afford to wait and see what U.S. regulators will do.
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Supreme Court takes up another Chevron doctrine fight

Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is recused from the other agency deference case on the court’s docket. The new case offers her a route into the issue.
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EPA approved Chevron fuel ingredient with sky-high cancer risk

An EPA document shows that a new Chevron fuel ingredient has a lifetime cancer risk more than 1 million times higher than what the agency usually finds acceptable — even greater than another Chevron fuel’s sky-high risk disclosed earlier this year.