NASA, Trump Administration’s smaller-scale Santa Susana cleanup plan sets off angry responses October 2, 2020

Los Angeles Daily News

Denise Duffield, associate director for Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles, said the agency — which signed the binding agreement — never had discretion to complete the environmental impact report in the first place, ceding that kind of authority to the state. “NASA doesn’t have the discretion…Polluters can’t just decide what they want to do,” she said.

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