Records released by the Environmental Protection Agency in response to American Oversight’s request for communications between agency lawyers and the White House in light of the administration’s unprecedented efforts to resist congressional oversight.
“The Presidential Records Act is critical to our democracy, in which the government is held accountable by the people,” Archivist of the United States David Ferriero said earlier this week. “Records matter.”
FOIA to the Environmental Protection Agency seeking records regarding communications and meetings between agency officials and representatives from PFA-manufacturing companies and industry interest groups.
As we wrote last week, it did not matter that the sham “audit” of votes cast in Maricopa County repeated what had already been confirmed by actual independent audits — that Joe Biden defeated Trump. The election review’s primary outcome was in keeping conspiracy theories and lies about voter fraud alive for the multiple months it dragged on.
Records released by the Environmental Protection Agency in response to American OversightÕs request its role in loosening restrictions on dangerous chemicals imposed through the Toxic Substances Control Act.
Records from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding the EPA's recent decision to no longer oppose Pebble Mine, a copper and gold mining project in Alaska with severe anticipated environmental impacts.