Jeffrey Stein // 12/4/17 //
The cost/benefit analysis on net neutrality shows that the best approach is to “trust, but verify,” argues Tejas Narechania at Take Care.
The EPA finalized a rule that will maintain the biofuels quota steady (The Hill).
The Treasury Department has yet to release a promised report showing how the Republican tax plan will pay for itself despite a looming Senate vote on the bill (NYT).
Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s proposed resiliency regulation will do little to protect the electric grid (The Hill).
Although Nebraska approved the Keystone XL pipeline last week, Pipeline supporters must still seek Bureau of Land Management permits and will likely face lawsuits challenging the decision (The Hill).
President Trump has not seen notable legislative successes, but has made dramatic strides to undo Obama-era regulation and executive action, observes Dan Balz at the Washington Post.