Scott Walker would virtually eliminate EPA as president: report

State Journal: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker told a newspaper that he would all but eliminate the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency if he is elected president. States could be in charge of enforcement of air and water pollution laws, Walker told the Washington Examiner in an article published Monday. The EPA would become an "umbrella" agency for state environmental agencies such as the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources but would handle only mediation of disputes between the states over things such......

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