Attorney LaJuana Wilcher spoke this week at the Kentucky Chamber’s annual environmental law conference in Lexington, Kentucky. Her session focuses on environmental policy at a national level. She is co-presenting with Charles G. Snavely, Secretary of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet.
The annual conference is the premiere environmental law event in Kentucky. A description of her session, Winds of Change, is below.
What are the environmental policy implications resulting from President Trump’s selection of a new EPA Administrator? How will the elections affect environmental decision makers in Kentucky and in DC? What did Congress intend the State-Federal relationship to be in the environmental regulatory arena, and how has that been working for us in Kentucky? How might this new Administration change the stakes for the State-Federal relationship in Kentucky and the regulated community across the country? These issues will be addressed by two presenters who have experienced and directed changes in our state and federal environmental agencies and have first-hand experience to share.
About LaJuana Wilcher