U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt met with the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives today to talk about regulatory reform and working with organizations and communities to protect our environment and natural resources.
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EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt visited the Thomas Hill Energy Center in Clifton Hill, Missouri today to discuss EPA’s Back-to-Basics agenda, which aims to refocus the agency on its core mission of protecting the environment through sensible regulations developed in cooperation with state, local and tribal partners. Administrator Pruitt spoke with approximately 200 power plant workers, electric... View details ⇨
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