Tag Archives: environment

CD112: Dingle-berries on the Omnibus (2016)

Available for less than 3 days before the votes, the 2,009 page “omnibus” government funding bill was signed into law. History will not look kindly upon provisions that give private companies immunity for forwarding data to the government, make policing political contributions illegal, repeal a food labeling law, restrict international travel, and allow environmental damage. Continue reading

CD022: Crippling the Regulators

The House passed two bills this week designed to prevent regulation enforcement; one prevents environmental reviews on certain hydro-power projects, the other prevents the National Labor Relations Board from functioning at all. Continue reading

H.R. 678: Waive Hydro-Power Projects from NEPA Act

H.R. 678: “The Bureau of Reclamation Small Conduit Hydropower Development and Rural Jobs Act” will not become law because it exempts certain hydropower project from environmental reviews.

*Get all the details in podcast episode CD022: Crippling the Regulators. Continue reading