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Researchers see more money and a better balance between politics and policy.
Republicans warn her against overreaching, but Democrats want Jackson to reverse Bush legacy at EPA.
In its final weeks, the Bush administration issues a set of rules that tend to favor business.
Producers are eager to raise ethanol levels, but some groups say that may not be such a good idea.
For smaller lawns, it’s an eco-friendly option that even can help you stay fit.
The former head of New Jersey's EPA, Jackson has a reputation for pragmatic compromises.
The president-elect is expected to appoint Steven Chu, who runs a national lab, as energy secretary.
A federal court ruling that struck down key regulations has stymied plans to reduce emissions.
The guidelines are aimed at clarifying a Supreme Court ruling that weakened the Clean Water Act.
A combination of Bush administration actions and Supreme Court decisions have weakened regulations.