How the Elections Could Impact the EPA


The dramatic decline in the number of elected Democratic members, especially the loss of the majority in the House of Representatives, will make for some significant differences in the prospects for the EPA’s budget, legislative proposals and general operations (e.g., policy initiatives).

In the Senate, the Democrats not only lost much of their plurality, but also some of the newly elected members have indicated a very hard-line attitude against any expansion in the role of government and an overriding concern on federal deficit spending, commitments that could affect the future of the EPA and most other government agencies.

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