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Pruitt Said To Be Seriously Weighing Shuttering EPA's Enforcement Office

March 15, 2017
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and top White House officials are said to be seriously considering a major reorganization of EPA's Office of Enforcement & Compliance Assurance (OECA), which could result in moving much of the office's personnel to the agency's program offices. EPA official David Schnare, who attended a closed-to-press Energy Bar Association meeting March 13 in his personal capacity, indicated to attendees that closing OECA “is a real live issue, not just at EPA but at the White House...

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