WASHINGTON ― The Trump administration is considering closing down the enforcement division of the Environmental Protection Agency, according to a report Wednesday evening from Inside EPA. The new administration is reportedly looking to close the Office of Enforcement & Compliance Assurance, or OECA, and instead let individual program offices ( such as the air program, the water program and others) handle enforcement.
When u have a mysterious hacking cough. Just remember u voted for Trump so it was worth it! huffingtonpost.com/entry/epa-enfo…—
Adam McKay (@GhostPanther) February 09, 2017