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04/29 Climate Change Increases Need for Reform of Nonpoint Source Pollution and Stream Flow Approaches
04/28 Reflections on Workers' Memorial Day
04/28 CPR's Mintz Outlines Flaws of House Bill That Would Undercut SEPs

Katrina +10 /
Disasters

testCPR Scholars on policy lessons from Hurricane Katrina

Mapping Bay Pollution /
Chesapeake

testCheck out our interactive map of Chesapeake Bay pollution in the making, from Maryland Eastern Shore chicken CAFOs.

SBA or BBA? /
Regulatory Policy

CPRThe Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy has let itself become a tool for big business interests. Read CPR’s white paper.

White Collar Crime /
Regulatory Policy

testProsecution case studies: Protecting public health, the environment, worker and consumer rights.

Saving the Chesapeake

The largest estuary in North America, the Chesapeake Bay is home to more than 3,600 species of plants and animals. But after years of pollution abetted by political failure, the Environmental Protection Agency has forced the issue, imposing new pollution limits in cooperation with the states in the region. Read about CPR Member Scholars' work to save the Chesapeake.

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