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Buyout stories: 'We are kind of being hollowed out'

Three hundred seventy-two U.S. EPA employees took buyouts this year, with the enforcement and research offices among the hardest hit, according to agency data obtained by E&E News. "We are going to be able to hang a shingle on the outside of the building and still call it EPA," a union official said, "but we're not going to be able to still do what EPA used to do."

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