Friday, November 14, 2008
The Chicago Tribune reported today that the Bush administration "quietly weakened" a "tough new [EPA] rule aimed at clearing the nation's air" of lead. "[T]he administration quietly weakened that provision at the last minute by exempting dozens of polluters from scrutiny," according to the story.
OMB Watch thoroughly explores the issues, including links to administration regulations on a variety of matters and possible Congressional responses, here.
I previously posted on this here.