Pruitt's New Science, Air Advisors Draw Heavily From States, Industry

October 30, 2017
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is poised to announce a new slate of scientists to serve on the agency's congressionally authorized scientific advisory panels, with the administrator's new nominees drawing heavily from states and industry groups, a departure from the past practice of appointing academics, according to a list of appointees obtained by Inside EPA . Pruitt is expected to announce the new appointees at an Oct. 31 press conference, where he also slated to unveil new guidance limiting advisors' ability...

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