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Derrick Broze questions Christine Todd Whitman (former New Jersey Governor and head of the Environmental Protection Agency) about her role in the controversial decision to tell the people of New York that the air and water were safe to breathe and drink in the days following the 9/11 attacks.
‘Never Forget’: Gov’t Said the Air Was Safe, Now Thousands of 9/11 First Responders Have Cancer
Investigator: EPA not properly testing WTC air
E.P.A. Whistle-Blower Says U.S. Hid 9/11 Dust Danger
EGREGIOUS EPA MISCONDUCT DELIVERS WHISTLEBLOWER WIN
OBAMA EPA IGNORES PUBLIC HEALTH LESSONS OF 9/11
OSHA: EPA Must Reinstate Whistleblower
New Docs Detail How Feds Downplayed Ground Zero Health Risks
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