PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A number of Democratic members of Congress are asking the top of the U.S. Environmental Safety Company whether or not three company scientists have been prevented from talking at a convention as a result of it included a dialogue of local weather change.
In a letter to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt launched Tuesday by the workplace of Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, members of the Rhode Island and Massachusetts delegations ask why the three scientists have been prevented from talking finally week’s convention, which handled the well being of Narragansett Bay.
Additionally they ask who made the choice, the way it was made and request all communications associated to the choice.
The EPA didn’t clarify the choice however stated it was not an EPA convention.
The letter additionally requests EPA’s coverage on scientists’ participation in conferences.