Can the EPA Be Trusted with Our Public Health?

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Corporations and politicians of both parties accuse the EPA of stifling the economy with excessive regulation. But crises are raising a different question: does the EPA have enough authority and sufficient resources to protect public health and the environment?

Later on the program, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof is called "the moral conscience of a generation of journalists as well as their "Indiana Jones." We hear about his most recent travels and his prescription for making America less "unfair." 

Photo: Samples of contaminated water from Flint, Michigan