Fired Trump Adviser Sues EPA Over Regan’s ‘Purge’ Of Science, Air Panels

October 7, 2021
A former EPA science adviser under the Trump administration is suing the agency over its alleged “purge” of members from two key advisory panels shortly after Administrator Michael Regan took office, saying that Biden-era officials made no effort to balance representation on its panels to include industry voices. In an Oct. 7 suit filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Dr. Stanley Young, a statistician who Trump officials appointed to EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB), charged...

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