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EPA lawyers: Cap-and-trade bill is “fatally flawed”

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By Michelle Malkin  •  November 10, 2009 11:00 AM

The EPA has two more whistleblowers in its own ranks calling out the agency’s flawed agenda and the cap-and-trade monstrosity.

You’ll recall the case of Alan Carlin, whose research critical of the outdated data used in EPA’s “public endangerment finding” on greenhouse gases was stifled by EPA.

EPA lawyers Laurie Williams and Allan Zabel have also stepped forward. They are critical from a very different angle, but reach the same basic conclusion: The “solutions” backed by EPA and Congress are “fatally flawed.”

Via Heritage, here’s a YouTube video the couple made outlining their complaints:

Despite including a caveat that the opinions expressed were their own and not the agency’s, the couple faces possible disciplinary action by the EPA.

While demanding the video be yanked (others have re-posted it online), the EPA disingenuously claims it tolerates all dissenting views of its employees.

Uh-huh.

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