Former EPA Administrators Will Urge House To Revive EPA After Trump

June 10, 2019
Correction Appended A bipartisan group of former EPA administrators is expected to urge House lawmakers to plan on reviving the agency after President Donald Trump leaves office by boosting its budget and using EPA to tackle climate change, steps the former chiefs say are vital to address growing environmental threats and to undo Trump’s rule rollbacks. The administrators will give testimony at a June 11 House Energy & Commerce Committee oversight panel hearing titled “Critical Mission: Former...

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