EPA Workers Say They Need Protection From Toxic Trump Admin

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EPA Workers Say They Need Protection From Toxic Trump Admin

Workers at the Environmental Protection Agency say staffing and morale levels have fallen dramatically.

So low, in fact, that HuffPost reports they’re calling for a new “bill of rights” to protect the EPA’s scientific integrity.

EPA employees are demanding that agency leadership not interfere politically in their enforcement duties or their environmental research.

They’re also asking for a beefed-up budget, an end to government shutdowns and a new union contract bargained by both sides.


EPA Workers Say They Need Protection From Toxic Trump Admin

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|Learn more| , Not released Razor fence surrounds the Agriculture Street Landfill, an EPA Superfund Site, in New Orleans' 9th Ward on Mardi Gras' Fat Tuesday in 2016.

In the late 1970s houses and housing projects were built on part of the site, which is locally known as Dante's Inferno, and served as a dump starting in the 1930s.

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