Bush EPA Pick Set for Senate Review

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Democratic senators have threatened to block the nomination of Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency, questioning the agency's enforcement of clean air laws. But some Republicans and Democrats consider Leavitt a moderate who might help President Bush deflect criticism of his environmental record. Hear NPR's Howard Berkes.



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