Thursday, November 11, 2004

Even the fox who guarded the henhouse couldn't take it

A Bush appointee who served as the Environmental Protection Agency's chief of enforcement has revealed that he left because he was stopped at every turn from doing his job. When a Republican political appointee says that EPA's enforcement has become lax under Bush, you can only imagine how far the bar has been lowered. Grist has a short article about the comments J. P. Suarez made in the Environmental Law Reporter. You can view the entire ELR article here.

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