Who decides who is in the EPA?



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    The EPA is an “independent agency” within the executive branch of government and is influenced, oftentimes, in unfavorable ways. Each new president sworn into office, gets to pick the director of each governmental agency. G.W. Bush’s pick of Mike Leavitt as the EPA head drew great criticism since Leavitt’s environmental record was terrible. The following link explains the details of the critique. http://www.democracynow.org/2003/8/12/environmentalists_protest_selection_of_utah_gov

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