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June 29th, 2012
Highway Bill Compromises Conservation Funding

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An environmental group said Thursday that the agreement reached by lawmakers on a $120 billion surface transportation bill made “unacceptable changes to landmark environmental protections and wastes taxpayer dollars by ignoring environmental impacts that could be avoided.” In a deal painstakingly negotiated over two months, the House and Senate agreed on a transportation bill that accepted several Republican proposals to weaken Environmental Protection Agency regulations they argued had been gridlocking construction projects. Read More

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