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EPA Environmental Appeals Board (EAB) Decisions Web Page
The EPA Environmental Appeals Board (EAB) is the final Agency decisionmaker on administrative appeals under all major environmental statutes that the Agency administers. It is an impartial body independent of all Agency components outside the immediate Office of the Administrator. The Board typically sits in panels of three judges and makes decisions by majority vote. Currently, nine experienced attorneys serve as counsel to the Board. This web page provides access to available EAB decisions.
EPA's Office of General Counsel (OGC) Web Page
The Office of General Counsel issues memoranda, opinions, and determinations (including class determinations), many of which are for internal Agency use only. However, a number of OGC documents are publicly available in electronic legal research databases such as LexisNexis and Westlaw. Some are published in the Federal Register, and a number, listed on this web page, appear in printed compilations available in most EPA libraries, including the Office of General Counsel Law Library. Other publicly-available Office of General Counsel documents are available on this web page, grouped by topic: Information Law; Pesticides and Toxic Substances; Water
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EPA's Environmental Laws and Executive Orders web page
A number of laws serve as EPA's foundation for protecting the environment and public health. However, most laws do not have enough detail to be put into practice right away. EPA is called a regulatory agency because Congress authorizes EPA to write regulations that explain the critical details necessary to implement environmental laws. In addition, a number of Presidential Executive Orders (EOs) play a central role in EPA's activities. The major laws and EOs are listed on this web page.
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