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Adminstrator Jackson: Why Armendariz still employed?

by MeadowsMike on April 26, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr

In his letter to [EPA Administrator] Lisa Jackson, Sen. Inhofe asks the EPA chief:

“Do you believe it is appropriate for the Regional Administrator to make statements in which the Agency has ‘determined’ that due to a company’s actions, “houses could explode’ despite evidence known to Agency staff which would reasonably preclude such an outcome?”

Inhofe also questions Jackson to determine if these types of actions such are evidence of “the Agency’s preconceived conclusions and increasingly apparent political activism in an ever-intensifying pursuit to link hydraulic fracturing to groundwater contamination.”



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