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Have you observed environmental or public health deregulation activity within your State's government? If so, can you share the details, as well as what community advocacy has occurred, if any, to challenge such deregulation?

by gilbert | November 30, 2017 21:08 | 85 views | 2 comments | #15281 | 85 views | 2 comments | #15281 30 Nov 21:08

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Hi @gilbert, It looks like Wisconsin's state legislature is trying hard to deregulate! See this NPR article: https://www.wpr.org/wisconsin-lawmakers-consider-eliminating-state-air-pollution-rules.

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There has also been a lot of turbulence in Michigan about deregulating for several years. This article has a quick rundown of some of it: https://greatlakesecho.org/2017/10/24/proposed-bill-would-prevent-creation-of-rules-more-strict-than-federal-regulations/.

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