August 13, 2017 by Ronjoy Bezbarua
(Source: SFGate) California’s attorney general went to court Friday seeking conflict-of-interest rules from President Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency, whose chief spent years suing to overturn the environmental rules he is now charged with enforcing. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s “ability to serve as an impartial decision-maker merits close examination, especially now that he has taken a direct role in initiating review of numerous EPA regulations he sought to undo while serving as Oklahoma’s attorney general for six years,” Attorney General Xavier Becerra said in a statement after filing a federal court lawsuit in Washington, D.C. Read full article….
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