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Released EPA Administrator’s Non-Public Emails Called ‘Deeply Troubling’

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Released EPA Administrator’s Non-Public Emails Called ‘Deeply Troubling’

Chris Horner of the free-market Competitive Enterprise Institute says he discovered Jackson's "false identity" while doing research for his book, "The Liberal War on Transparency.”

Late Monday, Horner called the EPA’s document release “deeply troubling.”

“[It] seems to have gravely compounded the unlawful activity we have exposed involving a false identity assumed for federal recordkeeping purposes,” he said.