Without a federal EPA, as Scott Walker wants, environmental jeopardy

Cap Times: Gov. Scott Walker said that if he's elected president he'll strip the federal Environmental Protection Agency of most of its regulation powers. That, former Department of Natural Resources Secretary George Meyer said, could stand to send Wisconsin back to days when the environmental impact from industry was plainly noticeable. In an interview on WKOW-TV's "Capitol City Sunday," Meyer recalled the climate when he worked in the DNR's legal division before the 1970 formation of the EPA. "In......

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