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Former Agency Lawyer Schnare Seen As Key Figure In Trump EPA Transition

December 01, 2016
Update Appended David Schnare, a staff attorney at EPA for 33 years who is now general counsel of the free-market Energy & Environment Legal Institute (EELI) and a critic of agency climate regulations, is playing a key role in President-elect Donald Trump's EPA transition team, sources say, joining with fellow climate skeptic Myron Ebell who is already emerging as a lightning rod for criticism. Several sources say that Schnare also appears to be under consideration for an appointment at...


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