Jen Alic
November 24, 2012

NOTE: helped break this story, reporting on the lawsuit over human testing back in September. See interview with Dr. David Schnare, director of the American Tradition Institute’s Environmental Law Center, below.

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In the aftermath of US presidential elections and corporate fears of looming environmental regulations that could affect their bottom line, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is under attack for conducting dangerous experiments on human beings.

Over the past decade, the EPA has apparently been paying hundreds of people $12 an hour for the privilege of exposing them to high levels of air pollutants like diesel exhaust and PM2.5 particulate matter in an operation run at the University of North Carolina’s School of Medicine.

A lawsuit has been filed in the federal court, charging the EPA with conducting illegal and potentially lethal experiments of hundreds of financially vulnerable people.

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EPA Caught Illegaly Experimenting on Human Subjects
Alex interviews director of the American Tradition Institute’s Environmental Law Center Dr. David Schnare who has blown the whistle on an illegal EPA human medical experiment.

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