Obama's EPA Pick Prompts Criticism

President-elect Obama is expected to name Lisa Jackson as head of the Environmental Protection Agency. But her work as the head of New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection is coming under harsh criticism. Madeleine Brand talks to ProPublica's Joaquin Sapien about who is crying foul and why.



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