Trump's EPA pick steps down from group that battled the agency
President-elect Donald Trump’s pick to run the Environmental Protection Agency has resigned as chairman of a group critics say has helped attack the agency he’s been tapped to lead. Scott Pruitt stepped down as chairman of the Washington-based Rule of Law Defense Fund in November, weeks before his selection by Trump to head the EPA was announced, and resigned as a board member in December, according to a financial disclosure report filed with the Office of Government Ethics and obtained by Bloomberg News.
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