The Effects of a Government Shutdown at EPA
EPA Shutdown Procedures Begin as Deadline Passes with No Appropriations Bill
A Partial Government Shutdown Begins: How This Effects EPA
House and Senate Advance Sharply Different EPA FY2019 Appropriations Bills
Understanding the Full Impacts of the Proposed FY2019 EPA Budget
The FY2019 Trump Budget Proposal Aims to Cripple Environmental Protection with Massive Cuts
FY2019 Budget Proposal Eliminates or Significantly Cuts Critical Health and Environmental Programs
EPA’s Core Programs Under Attack in FY2019 Budget Proposal
EPN IN THE NEWS RELATED TO FY2019 Budget Cuts
Trump’s Not-So-Secret War On State Environmental Protection
July 6, 2019 / by
David Coursen /
David Coursen, EPN member and former EPA Office of General Counsel, wrote this op-ed about the Trump Administration’s attacks on state-level environmental protection efforts, from proposed budget cuts for brownfield programs to potential rescindment of waivers that allow states to set standards that are more stringent than at the federal level.
Government Shutdown Would Further Delay Superfund Work
Feb 14, 2019 / by
Nora Saks /
Montana Public Radio
Betsy Southerland, EPN member and former EPA Director, Office of Science & Technology in the Office of Water, is interviewed about the progress on Montana’s Superfund cleanup sites being put in jeopardy once again by a potential second government shutdown.
Last Government Shutdown Offers Lessons on Avoiding Another
Feb 6, 2019 / by
Joel Mintz /
South Florida Sun Sentinel
Joel Mintz, EPN member and former EPA Enforcement and Supervisory Attorney, wrote this op-ed about the many lessons to be learned by our political leaders and the public at large from the recent government shutdown.
U.S. Government Shutdown Threatens New-Car Rollouts, Automakers Say
Jan 25, 2019 / by
Valerie Volcovici /
EPN member Stan Meiburg, former EPA Deputy Regional Administrator in Region 4 and Region 6 and Acting Deputy Administrator, is quoted in this article about the partial U.S. government shutdown threatening to delay the rollout of new vehicle models in the U.S. by stalling required certifications from the EPA.