EPA Chief Lisa Jackson Steps Down

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Lisa Jackson announced on Thursday that she would leave her post as head of the Environmental Protection Agency. We look at Jackson's tenure at the agency, and discuss President Obama's record on the environment. And we ask our listeners: What should Obama's environmental priorities be in his second term?

Guests:

Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club

Wendy Koch, environment reporter for USA Today

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