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Administrator McCarthy committed perjury and made several false statements at multiple congressional hearings, and as a result, is guilty of high crimes and misdemeanors—an impeachable offense," the letter written by Gosar states. "Perjury and making false statements to Congress are an affront to the fundamental principles of our republic and the rule of law, and such behavior cannot be tolerated. This bill holds Administrator McCarthy accountable for her blatant deceptions and unlawful conduct."
THE LITTLE DUTCH BOY WHO SAVED HOLLAND
ONCE THERE WAS a little Dutch boy who discovered a leak in the dike.
What should he do? From a single leak, a terrible breach might grow. The whole country could be flooded, and everyone he knew would drown.
originally posted by: intrptr
When I was young we had OSHA "looking out for us". At work we were supposed to report any violations of toxins in the work place that we saw to a phone number. It was supposed to be anonymous reporting to protect the person calling it in. One day we called them to report the wave solder machine was always filling the building with smoke because they weren't venting to the outdoors. All the people at OSHA wanted to know was the persons employee number that was making the report.
Despite repeated day after day calling this in, they refused to act on the reports until they had an employee number. The day the person finally gave that up, the company fired them on the spot.
This was a long time ago, but I stopped believing watch dog agencies were there to protect workers, they were there to identify whistle blowers.
In each case, McCarthy was discussing the agency’s rule expanding its regulatory power over waterways, something Gosar and other Republicans deeply opposed.
Many of Gosar’s accusations center around disagreements between the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers — the two agencies that wrote the water rule — and the way McCarthy discussed the formulation of the rule during her testimony.
originally posted by: links234
The EPA's establishment of a 4,000 foot rule is a joke compared to our real problems.
it sounds more like the company you worked for was the one who set up the number and either A) deceived the employees into thinking it was OSHA or B) was working with OSHA to cover up hazardous working conditions.
Alert the media! The Environmental Protection Agency has been releasing a carcinogen into a creek in upstate, New York. This has been going on for months, and the EPA continues to ignore a local officials pleas to stop releasing the dangerous chemical until tests are conducted. I wrote about it for Watchdog Arena.
According to the EPA, the solvent 1,4 dioxane is a carcinogen; however, for months the agency has been releasing the solvent into the Valatie Kill creek from the Dewey Loeffel Superfund site in upstate New York.
EPA Dumping Known Carcinogen Into New York Stream