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Executive Orders Aim to Streamline Energy Infrastructure Projects 

On April 10, 2019, President Trump signed two executive orders intended to address a range of legal and procedural hurdles commonly facing infrastructure projects, particularly in the energy sector. Most notably, the executive orders require the U.S. Environmental Protection...

Massachusetts Proposes Cleanup Standards for PFAS
Despite Sophisticated Acquisition Contract, Allocation of CERCLA Liability Unclear
FWS Takes a Mulligan on Greater Sage-Grouse Listing
The Latest on HFCs: DC Circuit Strikes Another SNAP Rule and Other Recent Developments
EPA Proposal to Modernize the RCRA Ignitability Characteristic May Cause More Wastes to be Classified as Hazardous
Cannabis Business CEQA Exemption Expires on July 1: Will You Have a Permit or License to Conduct Business?
EPA Announces Plan to Classify Wood-Based Power as Carbon Neutral
As Mobile Source Enforcement Revs Up, Does UPHE v. Diesel Power Gear Presage a Wave of Citizen Suits?
Too Much to “Bare”: US Supreme Court Rejects Bare Metal Defense Under Federal Maritime Law
First 40 Candidate Chemicals for Prioritization Under TSCA Announced
EPA Issues First TSCA Section 6 Final Rule in Thirty Years
States Draft Legislation Following EPA's PFAS Action Plan
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Certiorari on Class Certification Issue
Maryland Legislators Propose Raising State’s Renewable Portfolio Standard to 50%
Sixth Circuit Halts Qualified Immunity Claims for Bodily Integrity of Flint Residents
A Trickle of Movement on New Storage for the Yakima Basin
TSCA New Chemicals Program Continues to Suffer from Delays
Calendar of TSCA Developments in 2019 and Beyond
States Consider 93 Bills to Restrict Chemicals in 2019
Chemical Data Reporting Rule: 2019 is the Principal Reporting Year
Cleaning Product Manufacturers Gear Up for Compliance with State Ingredient Disclosure Laws
Proposition 65 2.0: Where It Is and Where It’s Going
Washington's Forest Management Vision: Growing Healthier Forests
Mechanical Thinning: Don't Try This at Home!
Will Massachusetts and Other Northeastern States Move to Aggressively Price Carbon Emissions?
Port of Ridgefield Sues Railroad, Takes Nothing Under MTCA
Supreme Court to Decide Whether “Indirect” Discharges Require NPDES Permits
EPA Releases PFAS Action Plan
CEQA Guidelines Receive Update, Climate Change Drives Major Amendments