Kate Sheppard

Huffington Post

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Kate Sheppard is a senior reporter and Environment and Energy Editor for the Huffington Post. She formerly reported for Mother Jones magazine.

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Government workers at the EPA and other departments are telling reporters they've been muzzled by orders not to talk to the public — or even to staff members in Congress.

Is the administration muzzling federal agency employees?

Government workers at the EPA and other departments are telling reporters they've been muzzled by orders not to talk to the public — or even to staff members in Congress.

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Mercury, which damages the brains and nervous systems of children from the time they're in the womb, is just one of the toxic pollutants from coal-fired power plants.

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BP, the Coast Guard and thousands of local fisermen are trying to control the oil slick moving toward the shores of 4 Gulf-coast states.

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