EPA and USDA Address Rural Wastewater Management

A pilot initiative to begin in 11 rural communities. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced last week the launch of the…

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Treasury Announces Broadband State Awards

COVID-19 aid program finally kicks into gear. The Department of the Treasury announced the launch of the Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund on Tuesday, a program created to improve…

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Massive Power Outages in NE Storm

The winter storm is not yet over.  More than 170,000 people in the eastern United States did not have power early Monday morning after a massive winter storm…

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Supreme Court to Review Greenhouse Gas Regulations

 Power plants request the removal of regulations from two administrations ago. On Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to review a case where they struck down rollbacks of power…

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Administration Sued by 13 States Over Relief Plan

They allege that spending restrictions are “overreaching.” Thirteen state attorneys general sued President Biden’s administration over an element of the recently enacted $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief law that…

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EPA to Maintain Current Soot Regulations

The U.S. leads the world in low particulate matter. Andrew Wheeler, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, made official a proposal from April to retain the current…

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