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US Environmental Dirty Dozen
Emily Gertz, 14 Jun 04

If you're following the generally dreadful ins and outs of current U.S. environmental policy, you may find a few of the names in Jim Hightower's Dirty Dozen familiar. These sub-cabinet level appointees, with extensive ties to private industry rather than experience in public service, ecology or other relevant sciences, are doing the Bush administration's daily work of chipping away at energy conservation, and protections for clean air and water, endangered species, wilderness, public lands, and public health. It's an astonishing read.

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