“Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) unionized employees have drafted a bill of rights, asking the agency to recognize the need for scientific integrity, research into climate science and the ability to enforce environmental laws without political interference.
The bill of rights comes as the agency and the union, the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), sits down to hammer out a new contract following complaints from employees that the EPA unilaterally imposed the last one without their consent.
It also follows years of complaints from those inside and outside of the EPA that the agency has been sidelining the scientific advice of staff.”
Rebecca Beitsch reports for The Hill January 7, 2020.
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