EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is in the hot seat, as the Oklahoma Bar Association has launched an investigation to determine whether he misled the U.S. Senate. In verbal and written statements during his confirmation, Pruitt denied using his personal e-mail for official business. But e-mails released as part of a lawsuit against Pruitt—for refusing to comply with Oklahoma open record laws—appear to show that he did in fact use personal e-mail for official work.
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ExplainerUnited StatesBrian Palmer
The incoming head of the EPA believes states should be in charge of their own environmental regulations. Been there, done that, got the oil-soaked T-shirt.