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Last updated 12:55AM ET
September 25, 2018
Shop Talk
Shop Talk
Shop Talk - May 11
(wium) - The panelists discuss the Obama administration's attempts to limit information coming from the federal EPA.

For example, reporters who cover the EPA say they're told not to use the names of EPA representatives who speak at news conferences. The only person they're allowed to name is EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson.

The panelists think it's important to attribute comments to a specific person, especially when the remarks are made at a public event such as a news conference.

The problem started with the Bush administration. The Obama administration has claimed to be more open but the evidence would suggest otherwise.

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