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After a spate of exits, what is the future of the EPA?

  • Aired: 12/24/2017
  • 03:34
  • Rating: NR
More than 700 people, including over 200 scientists and 96 environmental protection specialists, have left the Environmental Protection Agency since the start of the Trump administration, according to a joint investigation by The New York Times and ProPublica. Lisa Friedman of The New York Times joins Hari Sreenivasan to talk about the future of the agency.
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