Updated 12/11/2019 10:44 AM EST
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— Senate Democrats are looking for other avenues to pass sweeping PFAS provisions that were left out of the annual defense bill.
— The defense bill would impose sanctions on Russian pipelines — though some say it may be too late.
— EPA’s internal watchdog closed its probe into chief of staff Ryan Jackson, at the same time warning his refusal to cooperate with investigators threatens toClick here to view the full story