It seems quite likely that the CPP as it currently stands will never be implemented or enforced.
With over 190,000 regulations put on the books just since 1976, the frustrations with the administrative state are well justified.
Today, President Trump announced that his Administration granted the cross border permit needed for the Keystone XL pipeline.
EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers are ordered to review and potentially withdraw the 2015 regulation.
Above the Fold Environment
In recent years, Washington has unleashed a relentless torrent of burdensome and costly regulations.
Congress is rolling back some of the regulatory red tape created by the Obama administration.
Those affected by WOTUS could have pushed regulators to employ better, more thorough analyses in the rulemaking process.
Those who know him best support him to run the federal government's top environmental regulator.
Small business owners don’t need haunted houses or horror movies. Washington gives them plenty of reasons to scream.
If a business would have accidentally polluted a river, the agency would've thrown the book at it.
Here are a few key energy issues that we’ll be keeping a close eye on during Monday’s debate.
It is time to place limits on the agency’s power grab.