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A champion at the EPA

For those who long for clean water, breathable air and perhaps even a healthy Chesapeake Bay, there¿s at least one public figure willing to fight for your cause and she¿s a former chemical engineer who has never held elected office. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson has emerged as one of the most effective figures in the Obama administration to date. She¿s a tough, no-nonsense, plain-spoken regulator who doesn¿t seem especially phased by constant attacks from House Republicans who insist that EPA rules are costing the nation precious jobs.
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