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Bob Abbey, Jim Caswell: The stealth plan to erode public control of public lands
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Bob Abbey, Jim Caswell: The stealth plan to erode public control of public lands

Why a proposal to move some “bureaucrats” out of Washington is actually a grave threat to the Bureau of Land Management.
Trump’s Dorian tweet whips up a fight over a science powerhouse
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Trump’s Dorian tweet whips up a fight over a science powerhouse

NOAA's scientific research is central to the United States' ability to understand climate change - a role that requires the agency to conduct independent research, but puts it at cross purposes with a White House that has repeatedly expressed skepticism of the established science of global warming.

White House pressed agency to repudiate weather forecasters who contradicted Trump
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White House pressed agency to repudiate weather forecasters who contradicted Trump

The White House was directly involved in pressing a federal scientific agency to repudiate the weather forecasters who contradicted President Trump's claim that Hurricane Dorian would probably strike Alabama, according to several people familiar with the events.

In lobbying battle for electric vehicle tax credit, it’s car makers vs. the oil and gas industry
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In lobbying battle for electric vehicle tax credit, it’s car makers vs. the oil and gas industry

A federal tax credit that has boosted electric car sales is starting to run out.
Mulvaney, House panel ramp up pressure on Pruitt
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Mulvaney, House panel ramp up pressure on Pruitt

"I’m not interested in covering for anybody else," Mulvaney told the House Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee.
A broke, and broken, flood insurance program
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A broke, and broken, flood insurance program

An unusual coalition of insurers, environmentalists and fiscal conservatives is seeking major changes in the federal plan as a deadline approaches.

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