Bush - Environment

In the last three months since President Bush took office, he's made some decisions on environmental policy that have upset environmentalists but which the President characterizes as necessities during the country's energy crisis. Host Lisa Simeone talks with NPR's Christopher Joyce about the President's environmental policy.



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