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PACIFICA, Calif., Nov. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- An extraordinary collection of works by noted digital photographer Stephen Johnson will be on display in his studio gallery at the Pacifica Center for the Arts beginning December 10th, 2010.
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According to Sen. Barbara Boxer, the head of the United States Environmental Protection Agency lied to Congress about rejecting a request from California to slow-down global warming emissions.
WASHINGTON - Environmental Protection Agency chief Stephen Johnson stunned his staff last month when he publicly opposed their proposals for regulating greenhouse gas emissions, four union officials representing EPA staff working on global warming policies said in a letter provided to McClatchy yesterday.
WASHINGTON _ Environmental Protection Agency chief Stephen Johnson stunned his staff last month when he publicly opposed their proposals for regulating greenhouse gas emissions, four union officials representing EPA staff working on global warming policies said in a letter provided to McClatchy Monday.
Four U.S. Senate Democrats are seeking U.S. Environmental Protection Agency head Stephen Johnson's resignation, saying he misled Congress. The four senators also said they want U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey to investigate whether Johnson made false statement to Congress.
The Environmental Protection Agency has told its staff not to answer questions from the agency's internal watchdog, news reporters or the nonpartisan investigative arm of Congress, according an internal memo that an environmental group released Monday.
By Joseph Morton, Omaha World-Herald, Neb. Jul. 23--WASHINGTON -- The debate over ethanol and rising food prices was supposed to come to a head this week with a decision by the Environmental Protection Agency on whether to halve federal requirements for the use of renewable fuels.
WASHINGTON _ The Environmental Protection Agency told the Bush administration that by law California should be able to set air-quality standards that were tougher than federal law, but President Bush rejected the advice and made clear that he wanted a single national standard, a former EPA official said Tuesday.
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