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MANSLAUGHTER CHARGES AGAINST POLITICIANS WILL BE TOUGH: HERE'S WHY

From: Detroit Free Press

“"In our view, Flint is the textbook example of the EPA improperly deferring to a state partner," said Jeff Ruch, executive director of the group PEER or Public…

OUTRAGE, APOLOGIES AND SUBPOENAS IN FLINT CRISIS

From: Roll Call

"The Environmental Protection Agency came under sharp criticism Wednesday for failing to inform Flint, Mich., residents for nearly a year that their drinking water was…

HOW TO PREVENT ANOTHER FLINT WATER CRISIS

From: Environmental Leader

"The Post quotes Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER), who says EPA enforcement actions have fallen."

GREENS AND UNIONS WORRIED EPA ISN'T GETTING ENOUGH CASH AFTER FLINT SCANDAL

From: The Daily Caller

"“For an agency facing frozen if not shrunken budgets, EPA should be considering strengthening its irreplaceable core functions of regulation and enforcement…

EPA FALL IN FLINT AN ABERRATION OR PART OF A PATTERN

From: Washington Post

"The Environmental Protection Agency’s lethargic response to the Flint water crisis makes the agency look like an accomplice after a crime – the poisoning of the…


News Releases

EPA AND MICHIGAN FACE SHOWDOWN ON WETLAND PROTECTIONS

Pending Bill Violates Federal Law and Threatens Michigan’s Wetlands Delegation

SEXUAL PREDATOR REPORT SEALED TO PROTECT HIS PRIVACY

Suit Seeks Release of Inspector General Review of Forest Service Serial Assaults

MEXICAN DRUG GANGS INVADE GREAT LAKES FORESTS

Forest Service Cops in Michigan and Wisconsin Decry Agency Head-in-Sand Stance

MICHIGAN GIVE FEDS NOTICE OF SURRENDERING WETLANDS PROGRAM

U.S. EPA and Army Corps to Begin Take-Over of State Permits and Enforcement

FORMER GOVERNOR MILLIKEN SPEAKS UP TO SAVE WETLANDS PROGRAM

Iconic Republican Says Repeal of Wetlands Law “Not in the Interests of Michigan”