EPA's backward accounting protects polluters, not the people
June 2019 Update on Trump EPA’s ‘Benefits-Busting’ Rule
CPR's James Goodwin examines the implications of EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler's May 13, 2019, memo to the agency’s Assistant Administrators. In the memo, Wheeler announced the agency was partially backtracking on its pending rulemaking to overhaul how it would perform cost-benefit analyses for its future rules.
Author(s): James Goodwin
What President Trump's Infrastructure Agenda Gets Wrong
What the Census Case Will Say About the Supreme Court
Comments on EPA's MATS Reconsideration Proposal
Joint comments from CPR's Dan Farber, Catherine O'Neill, Rena Steinzor, and James Goodwin on the EPA's effort to undercut the Mercury and Air Toxics Standard (MATS rule), by eliminating consideration of "co-benefits," and with it, to lay groundwork for eliminating consideration of co-benefits from cost-benefit analyses for future environmental regulation, April 17, 2019.
Author(s): Daniel Farber, Catherine O'Neill, Rena Steinzor, James Goodwin
A defeat on offshore drilling extends the Trump administration's losing streak in court
A defeat on offshore drilling extends the Trump administration's losing streak in court, op-ed by Alejandro Camacho and Robert Glicksman
Author(s): Robert Glicksman, Alejandro Camacho