What Scott Pruitt Did For OK, He Could Do For The USA (Case Against Capricious De-Regulation)

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Gronda Morin

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Dear Readers, Meet the Head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that the US republican senators confirmed in February 2017.  He is the poster child of how not to de-regulate without credible study. And his State of Oklahoma is an excellent case study of how his management style can end up harming the US environment and the American peoples.

And here is the rest of the story…

On January 18, 2017, Robinson Meyer of The Atlantic penned the following report, “Could Scott Pruitt Have Fixed Oklahoma’s Earthquake Epidemic?” (Critics say he could have done much more to help the state’s citizens.)


“Scott Pruitt (was) Oklahoma’s attorney general and Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. He has an interesting environmental record, to say the least.””In the past few years, he has cast doubt on one of the central findings of climate science. He has…

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2 thoughts on “What Scott Pruitt Did For OK, He Could Do For The USA (Case Against Capricious De-Regulation)

  1. Climate changes always and constantly. We just do not know why or how – work in progress.
    Nor do we know what is causing earthquakes nation wide…but really odd how areas that rarely/never felt any earthquakes suddenly had swarms after injection drilling methods…
    Some don’t want to admit humans don’t know everything and often use faulty logic

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  2. Thanks, PM. This is the “where there’s smoke there’s fire” theory. It should be checked into if there’s suspicion. Some find it’s inconvenient to know the truth. I’m glad you liked the post. 🙂 —- Suzanne


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