Boxer Leads Senators in Call for Restored Access to EPA Libraries

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on November 7, 2006

Follow-up to postings on the closure of EPA libraries around the country, see this related press release of November 3, 2006: “Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA)…led a group of Senators in a letter to senior members of the Senate Appropriations Committee requesting that the Committee direct the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to restore and maintain public access to its library collections. Despite an EPA report in 2004 showing that the monetary benefits of operating EPA libraries far outweigh the costs, the agency is shutting down libraries across the country that hold valuable information on important public health and environmental issues.”

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