'He didn't allay people's fears today' — union leader
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt made a plea for civility and touted his beliefs in the rule of law and states' rights, but he failed in his first speech as agency chief to offer details on the Trump administration's plans for EPA, leaving employees anxious about what comes next.
Former EPA staffers expand firm, open Okla. office
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Pruitt's pitch to staff: Give me a chance
In his first speech to U.S. EPA staffers since his swearing in as administrator last Friday, Scott Pruitt stressed his respect today for the agency's career employees, hinted broadly at big changes ahead and made a plea for "civility." He said, "We ought to be able to get together and wrestle through some very difficult issues and do so in a civil manner."
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Pruitt questions agency's authority to regulate carbon
U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is questioning whether his agency is empowered to regulate greenhouse gas emissions.