Senator Barbara Boxer Questions EPA Administrator on Proposed Library Closures

On Tuesday, February 6, 2007 EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson testified before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. An archive webcast of the hearing and copies of public witness testimonies are available on the Senate Committee’s website:

FULL COMMITTEE Hearing on Oversight of Recent EPA Decisions
Tuesday, February 6, 2007
10:00 AM

4 Responses to “Senator Barbara Boxer Questions EPA Administrator on Proposed Library Closures”


  • Government Relations

    Hi Gar, OK, I figured it out and was able to create the link to the Senate Committee website that has fulltext of testimony from the Feb 6th hearing. What do you think? It looks — not so bad.

  • Government Relations

    One more thing: how do you change the order of items posted so they read in chron. order – most recent date first, etc.? The feb 6 hearing information is now first and the scientist protest info. is now second.

  • Government Relations

    Yet another question: why does this post map to uncategorized rather than government relations? Is that a function that only the administrator of the website can perform? I logged in under my govt relations login so Ithought it would automatically map to the govt relations category. instead, it mapped to uncategorized.

  • Nice work, Maura! Looks good. You probably don’t need to make the Date and time lines links. Makes it seem like there are 3 different pages.

    Taking your last question first: when you create a new post, the “uncategorized” category is checked off by default. Just uncheck it and check the gov’t relations category. Also, check whether you have an Options > Writing preference to set default post category. I’m not sure if “authors” can do this or just the admin. If you do, you can set it so it’ll default your posts to gov’t relations.

    As for date: it orders your posts by when you write them (not by the date of the event you’re writing about). You can edit the “post timestamp” (bottom right in a post editing page) to back-date an entry. I wouldn’t worry about it, though. No one expects you to report on activities as they happen in the order they happen!

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