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While the EPA shortchanges St. Louis, Pruitt enjoys the perks of power

The part of Pruitt's record that is not an environmental disaster is marked by a grandiose array of privilege and perks. He is the very embodiment of the Washington swamp. Which is why it's time for Pruitt to go.

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The more we learn about Pruitt, the clearer it is he needs to go

The EPA chief’s behavior, past and present, is evidence he’s unfit to lead the agency.
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