Sharon Lerner

The Intercept

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Environmental reporter for The Intercept

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The Environmental Protection Agency was established during the Nixon Administration 45 years ago to protect human health and the environment, but recent cases from  Michigan  to  West…

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The Environmental Protection Agency was established during the Nixon Administration 45 years ago to protect human health and the environment, but recent cases from  Michigan to West…

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