Jackson to step down from agency; legacy includes first greenhouse gas rules

Bloomberg: Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson announced her resignation Dec. 27 after four years as the Obama administration's top environmental officer. Jackson's resignation will take effect after the State of the Union address, and EPA Deputy Administrator Robert Perciasepe will become acting administrator, the agency said (see related story). Jackson leaves behind a legacy of strong environmental regulations, including the first national greenhouse gas regulatory program, environmental......

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