Misleading Ads On EPA Car Emissions Rule Ignore The Real Benefits

February 26, 2024 / by

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Margo Oge, former Director of Office of Transportation and Air Quality, wrote an op-ed in Forbes about misleading ads being run in swing states for EPA’s proposed car emission standards.

The Supreme Court’s Danger-to-Democracy Cases: It’s Not Just About Trump

January 12, 2024 / by

Dan Reich /

The Messenger

Dan Reich, former Assistant Regional Counsel, EPA Region 9, wrote an op-ed in The Messenger about the unchecked power of the Supreme Court and three cases that threaten to limit the authority of administrative agencies, including EPA, and undermine the separation of powers. 

Trucking Industry Doubletalk Hurts Our Lungs and Their Own Bottom Line

December 14, 2023 / by

Margo Oge /


Margo Oge, former Director, EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality, penned an op-ed about how truck manufacturers supporting an EV transition should also be pushing for stronger EPA standards.

Chicago Must Choose Lead Pipe Replacement Material Carefully

December 13, 2023 / by

Judith Enck /

Chicago Tribune

Judith Enck, former Regional Administrator for EPA Region 2, published an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune about the dangers of PVC pipes, a possible replacement for lead pipes, after EPA’s recently released Lead and Copper proposal.

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