Which of the Bush administration environmental policies should the new president or Congress block?
Last week, the White House froze all pending federal rules until they can be reviewed by President Obama's team. House Democratic leaders want to use the Congressional Review Act to reverse George W. Bush's controversial regulations on the Endangered Species Act. Dozens of other Bush-era actions are also coming under attack, including the lifting of the moratorium on offshore oil and gas drilling and the rules that pave the way for expanded mountain-top mining of coal and exempt large factory farms from some pollution-reporting requirements. Which Bush administration environmental policies should be scrapped? Which should be preserved?
-- Margaret Kriz, NationalJournal.com