White House Postpones EPA Report on Mercury Dangers The White House delays issuing an Environmental Protection Agency report that suggests mercury emissions pose an increasing threat to children. According to The Wall Street Journal, the EPA report was scheduled to be released in May 2002. NPR's Bob Edwards talks to Journal reporter John Fialka.
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White House Postpones EPA Report on Mercury Dangers

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White House Postpones EPA Report on Mercury Dangers

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White House Postpones EPA Report on Mercury Dangers

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The White House delays issuing an Environmental Protection Agency report that suggests mercury emissions pose an increasing threat to children. According to The Wall Street Journal, the EPA report was scheduled to be released in May 2002. NPR's Bob Edwards talks to Journal reporter John Fialka.