However, it turns out that back in March of 2009 someone in the EPA itself tried to get new information that might affect the finding’s results… and was shut down cold, and was blithely told that political considerations were involved.
Rep. Barton – and other Republicans on the House Energy Committee – would like further details on that situation, and how it might relate to the EPA’s actions in general. To put it mildly.
I know that my advice might seem suspect to Congressional Democrats, but really: this would be probably a lot less of an issue if the current majority party wasn’t so determined to rush pell-mell into a radical new energy policy. Just saying.
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