In the Congress

March 2014
Environmental Law Reporter: News & Analysis;Mar2014, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p10238
The article offers information on several environment-related legislative bills in the U.S. that were either introduced, passed, reported out of committee, or signed by the president from January 1-31, 2014. These legislative bills include one that would offer a consumer renewable credit for a utility selling renewable energy and another that would raise the incident cap on waste removal actions. It also discusses several environmental treaties ratified by the Senate.


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