A pair of US lawmakers told the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that ethanol credits are leading to some deficits. Attempting to stem what they say could be an additional boost in gas prices prior to the busy summer-driving months, David Vitter (R-LA) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) are raising questions, Reuters reports.
The debate over the EPA's endangerment finding that declared greenhouse gases (GHGs) threaten the public health continues with battle lines being drawn around the "disapproval resolution" introduced by Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski (R) that wants to prevent the EPA from actually carrying out any regulatory actions due to its GHG finding.
26NHTSA chief counsel says Murkowski Resolution will hurt the environment, car companies and consumers
The U.S. media's political lens is focused pretty heavily on the health care debate right now, but that doesn't mean other items of interest aren't happening in Washington, D.C. For example, debate over the EPA's endangerment finding that found that greenhouse gases (GHGs), including those from on-road vehicles, threaten the public health and welfare of the American people is far from over.
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