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Industry groups urge White House to finish overhauling U.S. environmental review process

Reuters Friday, 22 November 2019
More than 30 industry groups on Friday called on the Trump administration to finish a regulatory overhaul that would make it easier to clear federal environmental approval for big infrastructure projects such as pipelines and road expansions.
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