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Margaret Kriz

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EPA feels like home to new administrator

In her second stint at the agency, Lisa Jackson talks about getting to work on climate change and water quality.

Oversight

EPA likely to see changes under next administration

Reversing Bush administration rules that reshaped regulatory programs and weakened some environmental protections could take years.

Oversight

EPA is missing in action on major environmental issues, observers charge

The White House is widely perceived by critics to be running roughshod over agency scientists and lawyers on policy.

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NASA veteran a key player in global warming debate

Defense

Three departments offer important lessons on reorganization

The last three Cabinet departments to be cobbled together from scattered components—Defense, Transportation, and Energy—all offer important lessons for today.

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Environmental Protection Agency

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Energy Department

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FERC: Back in fashion

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EPA experiments with flexible approach

EPA experiments with flexible approach

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Forest Service could get new home

Forest Service could get new home

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DOE fights Nevada nuke waste battle

DOE fights Nevada nuke waste battle

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Mother Nature Inc.

Mother Nature Inc.

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A Red-Meat Issue

A Red-Meat Issue

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Agriculture, Business And Financial Affairs: Potential GOP Targets

Agriculture, Business And Financial Affairs: Potential GOP Targets