Possible Biden Victory Prompts Questions On Who Would Head EPA

October 8, 2020
The possibility that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden wins in November is raising the question of who would serve as his EPA administrator, including whether Biden would seek out a high-profile public figure or subordinate such considerations to more-substantive and administrative expertise. The 50-year old agency has been headed by a mix of former governors or others with relatively high public profiles, and lower-visibility figures that came from state government or other jobs and served effectively, a former EPA official...

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