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Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy on Monday took aim at critics who try to “vilify the work of reputable scientists and EPA.”
“To those calling EPA untrustworthy and unpopular — newsflash! People like us,” she said in a speech at the National Academy of Science. “They want safe drinking water. They want healthy air. And they expect us to follow the science — just as the law demands.”
McCarthy, in her prepared remarks, stressed the “bedrock science” behind “sensible regulatory standards,” such as the Clean Air Act.