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EPA IG Broadens Review Of Pruitt's Travel As Lawmakers Fault Expenses

October 06, 2017
EPA's Office of Inspector General (IG) is expanding its investigation of agency Administrator Scott Pruitt's travel expenses amid increasing controversy over Trump administration officials' expenditures, including recent calls from House Democrats for the IG to review Pruitt's spending on a security detail and a privacy booth for his office. In an Oct. 5 letter John Trefry, director of the IG's Forensic Audits Office, tells EPA's acting chief financial officer (CFO) that IG is broadening its review of Pruitt's expenditures from...

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