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Nearly 1,600 Workers Have Left Since Trump Took Office

“Since President Donald Trump took office, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has seen an exodus of nearly 1,600 former federal employees, including some who say they”did not want to any longer be any part of this administration’s nonsense” and believed they could do better work” elsewhere, according to a new report from the Washington Post.”

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Originally Published September 20th 2018
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