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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

EPA Faces Lawsuit Over Grants to Scientists on Clean Air Panel

The federal Environmental Protection Agency faces a lawsuit contending that scientists on an important clean air rules-review panel are biased because of research grants from the agency.

The Energy & Environment Legal Institute alleges that these scientists are dependent upon the EPA for funding, and therefore tend to favor stricter regulations.

"This clearly violates the law and makes a mockery of the notion of 'independent' scientific review," institute lawyer Steve Milloy told Fox News. "Not only does the EPA pay researchers to produce controversial research that advances its regulatory agenda, but the agency pays the very same researchers to review their own controversial work."

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

EPA & DOJ have perfected the self-licking ice cream cone