No offense to Sweet Meteor O’ Death, but the impact of Donald Trump’s Election Day victory was a seismic event like no other and is still being felt four months later, and the ripples are splashing cold water in places we didn’t even know existed. One thing’s certain: a lot of people who were enjoying a warm, cozy life in the federal bureaucracy don’t like the neighborhood anymore.
There’s no easy way to say this, so we’ll just blurt it out: the founder of the EPA’s environmental justice office has quit after decades of doing whatever it was he did.
One of the most important figures in environmental justice just quit Trump’s EPA https://t.co/i6sBVclaV9 pic.twitter.com/shpQEe5m0x— grist (@grist) March 9, 2017
Chief Environmental Justice official at EPA resigns after 24 yrs as new admin. eyes deep cuts in EJ programs. https://t.co/WGSkuXMTZb pic.twitter.com/ZbJvquCVl0— Phil McKenna (@mckennapr) March 9, 2017
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