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Pollution knows no boundaries. The Trump EPA should stop pretending otherwise.

June 5, 2019 / by

Ruth Greenspan Bell and Steven Silverman /

The Washington Post

Ruth Greenspan Bell, EPN Board of Directors President and former EPA Manager in the Office of General Counsel, and Steve Silverman, former Attorney, EPA Office of General Counsel, wrote this op-ed about the Trump administration’s heedless approach to the environment and the delicate regulatory ecosystem that guaranteed all citizens a level of protection from pollution being upset by officials.

Spring Memories of Why We Must Protect Wetlands and Streams

April 5, 2019 / by

Dave Evans /

Resilience

EPN member Dave Evans, former EPA Director, Wetlands Division, wrote this op-ed about his personal connection to wetlands and streams and the Trump Administration’s proposal to dramatically reduce the scope of the Clean Water Act’s (CWA) protection of these bodies of water by redefining what constitutes “waters of the U.S.”

Lines Drawn on Proposed WOTUS Rule

March 1, 2019 / by

Todd Neeley /

Ohio's Country Journal

Mark Hague, EPN Board member and former EPA Regional Administrator and Deputy Regional Administrator in Region 7, is quoted in this article on the pro and con arguments made about the proposed new definition of “waters of the United States” (WOTUS) rule during the two days of hearings held by EPA and the Army in Kansas City.

Officials Mull Possible Changes in the Way Pollutants in Our Water Supply Are Regulated

Feb 28, 2019 / by

Shannon O'Brien /

Fox 4 Kansas City

Mark Hague, EPN Board Member and former EPA Regional Administrator and Deputy Regional Administrator in Region 7, is quoted in this article about the two days of hearings held by EPA and the Army in Kansas City on the proposed new definition of “waters of the United States” (WOTUS).

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