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— All eyes are on the first skirmish among Democratic presidential contenders in a debate tonight that’s likely to dig into how the White House hopefuls would deal with climate change.
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— The Senate has lined up cloture votes on the chamber’s annual defense policy bill that includes a slew of amendments related to toxic PFAS contamination.
— EPA proposed a rulemaking Tuesday to codify a change to the “once in, always in” policy allowing industrial facilities to reduce their pollution regulations and cut their costs by millions.
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