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John Lundin 🌊 May 22
BREAKING - welcome to the gestapo state: "Scott Pruitt's this morning barred the AP, CNN and E&E from a summit on harmful water contaminants. Guards stopped an AP reporter and shoved her forcibly out of the EPA building." -
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Mindy Fischer Writer May 22
Hallie Jackson asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders today....'Is there ever a situation when the White House feels it's appropriate for a security guard to physically rough up a reporter?' Sanders refused to answer.
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Nick Walden Poublon May 22
Now swamp monster & his are banning reporters from attending a summit on harmful water contaminants. An AP reporter forcibly shoved out of the building. What about clean water isn't the American public's business? What sort of shenanigans is hiding now?
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Nichole Davis May 22
The reports one of its journalists was attacked at headquarters while trying to report at the National Leadership Summit on PFAS.
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Charles Walsh 24h
Beautiful, clean, coal-powered pollution floating downstream. Scott Pruitt just had an orgasm.
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John Luke 6h
Here You Go Swamp Dwellers! The Security $$$Spent 3.5 Million 750k In Travel Expenses!Far Exceeds Anyone Elses In The Past!!! Meanwhile The President Costs Funding To Oversee Corporations!What A Joke & More Lies! THIS ARE THE FACTS!!!
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Shomari Stone May 22
EPA Bars Reporters From Summit on Contaminants, Journalist Pushed Out of Building
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Democrats For Unity Organization May 22
Strong, qualified leadership is needed to fulfilling the EPA’s mission, and overall purpose. We should be deeply concerned that the Trump administration chose a former oil industry spokesman who has defended oil spills, and questions climate change.
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John Lundin 🌊 May 22
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AFGE Local 704 May 22
66 cases have been filed regarding EPA’s alleged failures to comply with government transparency and ethics rules. has prevailed in only 5% of them.
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StopHimNow May 22
Someone just asked about whether or not Democrats would be allowed to attend the documents review on Thursday. She said no Democrats would be allowed bc they weren't the ones that requested to see the documents. She called the incident fabricated. Unbelievable.
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Shelley Acoca May 22
AP, CNN, E&E News blocked from attending summit via
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Lola May 23
A Constitutional Convention would pass a balanced budget amendment. This would completely destroy/eliminate , , the , & . The American way of life as we have known it would be gone.
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kathleen rest May 24
Our voices matter! extends comment deadline on science proposal after pretty much everyone complains.Time now for more comments. See our guide here.
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Sean Reilly May 23
extends public comment period on "science transparency" proposal from May 30 to Aug 16; public hearing in D.C. scheduled for July 17:
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David Greenidge May 24
Replying to @ManInTheHoody
Here's a picture of the same river until the was created. Moving forward, into the past.
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Teeuwynn May 22
Now the EPA is forcibly expelling journalists from events like Pruitt's speech today. Without a free press there can be no democracy.
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Eddiction Headlines May 22
Journalists at the EPA contaminated drinking water meeting are like..eddiction.com/headline-news
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Tris Resists 🌊 May 16
While study shows that there is water contamination, the WH as usual is only interested in the PR ‘nightmare’! Surprising No, Sickening You bet!
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kathleen rest May 22
Dear — Transparency is not the problem at . “The crisis is the attempt to discredit scientific findings that threaten powerful corporate interests.” Restricting science also threatens public health.
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