WEVTU reported last June that a group of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) employee whistleblowers accused the agency of misconduct. Shortly after, a Congressional committee requested the General Accounting Office investigate the allegations. EPA now apparently has taken the position that the best defense is a good offense. A Dec. 28 Wall Street Journal story reports that the EPA's Office of Inspector General released findings of audits that heap blame on its own regional offices as ...
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