Notes on the Atrocities
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Wednesday, April 07, 2004  

As Condi prepares to testify about whether the White House manipulated intelligence to promote a war in Iraq (among other charges), today the Times describes how they minimized the risk of mercury so industrial plants wouldn't have to clean up.

While working with Environmental Protection Agency officials to write regulations for coal-fired power plants over several recent months, White House staff members played down the toxic effects of mercury, hundreds of pages of documents and e-mail messages show.

Let's see, public health or a kickback to corporate cronies? Hmmm....

posted by Jeff | 7:06 AM |
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