‘Nuclear radiation not that bad’, Trump administration says


This video from the USA says about itself:

Trump‘s EPA: Radiation Not That Bad, Actually

22 October 2017

Mr. Burns might as well be running the EPA now. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down.

Donald Trump’s appointment of former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt as chief of the Environmental Protection Agency this year drew eyebrows, because Pruitt had made his career as a longstanding legal opponent of the EPA and a prominent climate change skeptic. Since he’s been put in charge of the agency, Pruitt has allegedly made plans to water down federal scientific research on the climate, deflected from the issue during natural disasters, and cut loose hundreds of employees in a deregulation push.

Now some are worried he’s trying to lower the bar for, uh, deadly radiation. In new guidelines for local officials published in September, the EPA advised that radiation exposure during disasters ten or more times higher than guidelines under Barack Obama’s administration is safe, Bloomberg reported.”

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Uranium firm lobbied Trump administration to scale back Bears Ears National Monument: here.