Whitman Leaves Uncertain Legacy at EPA

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Former New Jersey governor Christine Todd Whitman has left her job as head of the Environmental Protection Agency after two years on the job. As a moderate in a conservative administration, she sought a difficult middle course. Replacing her could pose a tough political test for the White House. Hear NPR's Liane Hansen and New York Times environment reporter Andrew Revkin.



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