The District of Columbia District Court granted the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) petition to dismiss legal action against a policy to prohibit scientists from receiving agency funding while sitting on advisory boards.
EPA issued the policy directive in 2017 under former Administrator Scott Pruitt. A coalition of environmental groups promptly filed suit, alleging it lacked the authority to make changes to advisory board policies and violated the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA).
…scientists and experts sitting on just one Obama administration EPA advisory board collected $192 million in agency grants in recent decades….this could unduly influence advisers tasked with evaluating EPA regulations.
Their recommendations always concluded that they needed ever-more funding to keep spreading the discredited & fake ‘climate change’ baloney.
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