Today: Apr 09 , 2020


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"EPA is committed to investing in local infrastructure to benefit the communities we serve."

"It has been a year and a half since the Gold King Mine spill devastated the Navajo Nation…"

Reintroduces bills to rein in harmful EPA regulations in Arizona

Despite Predictions of Steadily Rising Temperatures, State Officials Are Confident Arizona’s Water Resources Are Prepared

The Animas River Ran Yellow with Toxin-Tinted Wastewater that was Accidentally Released from the Abandoned Gold King Mine Near Silverton, Colorado, in August 2015

House Passes Gosar Amendment Cutting $70 Million from EPA Bureaucrats, Redirects Resources to Wildfire Prevention

Flake Calls on EPA to Open Entire AZ Ozone Regulation Meeting to Public
Senator John McCain Joins Amicus Brief Urging Circuit Court To Block EPA’s Power Regulations
WASHINGTON – Longtime Sanders resident Wayne Lynch was told in July that the water on his ranch contained dangerously high amounts of uranium, yet he is still using it.

Rep. Gosar: Hearing Highlights Department of Interior’s Flawed Response to EPA’s Animas River Spill

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