Thursday, May 22, 2003
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After a stormy tenure defending Bush administration policies to change air, water and land protections, Christine Todd Whitman said on Wednesday she would resign as head of the Environmental Protection Agency. Whitman's resignation followed the announcement on Monday that White House spokesman Ari Fleischer would leave his job this summer. Senior administration officials planning to quit believe now is the best time to do so in order to have new people in place for the 2004 presidential election. >>Full story...
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