For Immediate Release:
August 22, 2016

Contact:
Craig Richardson
Richardson@eelegal.org
703-981-5553

– Media Advisory –

E&E Legal’s Senior Legal Fellow Steve Milloy to Expose Illegality of EPA Human Experiments at Special Public Meeting of National Academy of Sciences

Washington, Aug 22 – On Wednesday, The Energy & Environment Legal Institute’s (E&E Legal’s) Senior Legal Fellow Steve Milloy with expose the illegality of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s experiments on human beings with deadly pollutants at a special convened meeting of the National Academy of Sciences.

“EPA secretly hired the NAS to whitewash its illegal experiments,” said Milloy. “We uncovered the secret whitewash and compelled the NAS re-open the process so that it can avail itself of incriminating evidence the EPA has sought to cover-up.”

What: 30-minute webinar presentation on the illegality of EPA’s human experimentation program to the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) followed by 30-minute presentation from John Dunn MD, JD and Stan Young, PhD. Presentations will conclude with NAS Committee discussion and an opportunity for public comments.

Who: E&E Legal’s Senior Legal Fellow and Junkscience.com author Steve Milloy.

When: Wednesday, August 24 at 1pm ET

Accessing the Presentation:  Members of the media may listen to the public meeting (held via webinar) Details for interested media and public are at http://www8.nationalacademies.org/cp/meetingview.aspx?MeetingID=8840&MeetingNo=6.

The factual background for the controversy is explained in a July 24 Washington Times commentary by Milloy available at:  http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jul/24/the-epas-secret-whitewash-of-illegal-experiments/.

For more information, contact Craig Richardson at (703) 981-5553 or Richardson@eelegal.org.

The Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal) is a 501(c)(3) organization engaged in strategic litigation, policy research, and public education on important energy and environmental issues. Primarily through its petition litigation and transparency practice areas, E&E Legal seeks to correct onerous federal and state policies that hinder the economy, increase the cost of energy, eliminate jobs, and do little or nothing to improve the environment.

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