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EPA Confirmation

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EPA Confirmation

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EPA Confirmation

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Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt's philosophy about environmental regulation is summed up with the word "enlibra" — a balance between freedom and compulsion. Leavitt is now the nominee to head the EPA. Will "enlibra" work at the federal agency? Join host Neal Conan for a look at the future of the EPA.

Guests:

Howard Berkes
*NPR Correspondent

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-NY)
* Junior U.S. Senator from New York

Sen. George Voinovich (R-OH)
* Junior U.S. Senator from Ohio

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

Scott Segal
* Lawyer, lobbyist who works with energy companies.

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