Sunny Side Up

Easterbrook, Gregg
June 2000
New Republic;06/19/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 25, p17
Focuses on the improvements in the environmental condition in the U.S. Decline in all pollutants regulated by the Clean Air Act; Assertion made by many environmental lobbies that something is amiss unless ecological law is enforced exactly as written; Completion of the cleanup at toxic waste sites; Shift of the Environmental Protection Agency to compliance assistance as its base philosophy; Demand of environmentalists that the exact wording of laws be strictly enforced.


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