by Mark Tapscott
Washington Examiner

Numerous senior officials of the Environmental Protection Agency have real or apparent “revolving door” conflicts of interest, according to a new report by a nonprofit watchdog.

“Example after example clearly show that senior leadership in the EPA, made up exclusively of career bureaucrats and former, and likely future green group activists, operate on behalf of the green groups, and do so to the exclusion of other legitimate stakeholders and the public at large,” said Christopher C. Horner.

Horner is the lead author of “Improper collusion between environmental pressure groups and the Environmental Protection Agency.” The document is described by its publisher as an “interim report.”

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