EPA inspector general warns sequestration will diminish agency transparency

What?

“Environmental Protection Agency inspector general Arthur Elkins predicts that sequestration will make the agency less transparent, a warning that emerges even as Congress investigates top agency officials for avoiding transparency laws with banned email accounts.”

Read more at the Washington Examiner.

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8 responses to “EPA inspector general warns sequestration will diminish agency transparency

  1. Better if it diminished agency rule-making.

  2. The only way to reduce the transparency of the EPA would be to shut it down completely so that there would be nothing left to see.

  3. The EPA is already on the verge of becoming fodder for the conspiracy theorists. If they adopt the ‘transparency’ of the Bilderburgs the transformation will be complete.

  4. How can they be any less transparent than they are now?

  5. It’s approaching the point where they can merge the lists of what sequestration and global warming cause.

  6. If Sarah Palin uses a personal account for official business as governor it is front page news, but if the EPA does then it is okay?

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