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26 de Junio de 2007

La ex directora de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental (EPA), Christine Todd Whitman, niega haber engañado al público sobre los peligros ambientales tras el 11-S y admite que la Casa Blanca retiró la recomendación de la EPA para que las viviendas del centr

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La ex directora de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental (EPA), Christine Todd Whitman, niega haber engañado al público sobre los peligros ambientales tras el 11-S y admite que la Casa Blanca retiró la recomendación de la EPA para que las viviendas del centro de Nueva York fueran limpiadas de polvo por profesionales

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