Jeff Ruch

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility

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Jeff Ruch is executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.

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Candidate Donald Trump said the Environmental Protection Agency was more about politics than science. Administrator Scott Pruitt got the message.

Pollution, politics and the EPA

Candidate Donald Trump said the Environmental Protection Agency was more about politics than science. Administrator Scott Pruitt got the message.

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