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Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Jun 21, 2013 11:30 AM CDT

Although EPA Acting Administrator Bob Perciasepe recently told Congress that the agency is asking back personal information released to environmental groups about confined animal feeding operations, a group of Republican senators is questioning the scheduled involvement of EPA Region 9 representative Lily Lee on a June 28 panel moderated by the Natural Resources Defense Council talking about how citizens can acquire sensitive information.

According to a brochure for the California Bar Association conference, "Private Enforcement of Environmental Law: Prosecuting and Defending Citizens' Suits," in Oakland, Calif., Lee is part of a panel entitled "Government Information and Citizen Enforcement in the ...

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