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August 28,2013

Some businesses are pushing back against proposed rules requiring federal contractors to step up their hiring of returning military service...

August 28,2013

Under a proposal from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the new permissible exposure limit to crystalline silica per cubic meter...

August 20,2013

The Florida Geological Survey and the state’s emergency department will receive a $1.08 million federal grant to study sinkhole vulnerability.

August 19,2013

The City of Philadelphia has begun to send out compliance notices regarding its Building Energy Benchmarking Law.

August 19,2013

President Barack Obama this month outlined a series of policies he said would continue to boost the housing market, including a long-ignored...

August 08,2013

The Environmental Protection Agency has released an application called the National Stormwater Calculator that uses soil conditions and rainfall...

August 02,2013

Led by Stanford University’s Natural Capital Project, researchers mapped the intensity of hazards posed to communities living along America’s...

July 17,2013

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal signed into law this month a bill that provides $251.6 million for 29 projects at Louisiana Community and Technical...

July 17,2013

Some cities are deliberately discouraging construction of new parking spaces by allowing the construction of buildings with a lower...

July 17,2013

The Environmental Protection Agency continues to develop new stormwater regulations that are expected to force project developers to write...