Matthew Miller, Spokesperson, State Department

U.S. State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said Beijing is undermining regional security in the South China Sea.

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Michael Regan, Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency

The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking to increase rules and standards on lead pipelines.

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Jennifer Homendy, Chair, National Transportation Safety Board

A new “intelligent speed assistant” would be mandatory in all new cars under a proposed regulation of the National Transportation Safety Board.

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Brendan Carr, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr says President Biden’s equity plan for internet control is “sweeping, unprecedented, and unlawful.”

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Steven Dettelbach, Director, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

ATF Director Dettelbach said a ban on assault weapons is on his “wish list.”

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Julie Su, Acting Secretary of Labor

Acting Labor Secretary Su responded to the rise in U.S. unemployment in October with support for equity.

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Ali Zaidi, White House National Climate Advisor

The White House climate advisor said states in the Western U.S. will have their water supply reduced to “bolster water resilience.”

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Gary Gensler, Chairman, Securities and Exchange Commission

The Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, Gary Gensler, said without regulation, a financial crisis caused by artificial intelligence is “nearly unavoidable.”

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Lael Brainard, Director, National Economic Council

National Economic Council Director Leal Brainard said the FTC’s effort to eliminate “junk fees” will help working Americans.

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Marta Sokolowska, Deputy Center Director, FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research 

The Food and Drug Administration is calling for the development of treatments for cocaine and meth addiction.

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