Utah Governor Tapped to Head EPA

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President Bush nominates Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency. Leavitt is a three-term Republican governor who advocates a greater state role in determining environmental policy. If confirmed, he'll succeed Christine Todd Whitman, who resigned in May. Hear NPR's Elizabeth Arnold.



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