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EPA: Past and Future

EPA: Past and Future

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It's been two years marked by controversial decisions and reported clashes with the White House. Now, Christie Todd Whitman is stepping down as head of the Environmental Protection Agency. What's next for the Bush administration and the environment?

Guests:

John Nielsen
*NPR Science Reporter

Paul Portney
*President of Resources for the Future, a non-partisan public policy organization in Washington, D.C.

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