PBS NewsHour

After a spate of exits, what is the future of the EPA?

Clip: 12/24/2017 | 3m 34s | Video has closed captioning.

More than 700 people, including over 200 scientists and 96 environmental protection specialists, have left the Environmental Protection Agency since the start of the Trump administration, according to a joint investigation by The New York Times and ProPublica. Lisa Friedman of The New York Times joins Hari Sreenivasan to talk about the future of the agency.

Aired: 12/24/17

Rating: NR

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