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EPA Scott Pruitt with Nebraska Sen. Deb Fischer Sen. Deb Fischer's office
Sen. Deb Fischer pictured with EPA administrator nominee Scott Pruitt following a meeting between the two to discuss his upcoming confirmation hearing.

EPA nominee looks for greater state partnerships

Pruitt’s confirmation hearing sheds light on how he hopes to inspire confidence in regulated community by adhering to the rule of the law.

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, nominee for administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, sat before the Senate Environment & Public Works Committee on Wednesday and outlined how an effective federal EPA can return to governing in the way Congress intended — and partnerships with states are at the center of helping provide certainty to the regulated community.

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