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Gore calls Bush worst-ever president for environment

Said appointees seek 'destruction' of protective laws

By Michael Levenson
Globe Correspondent / October 7, 2004

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In an attack on President Bush's environmental record, former vice president Al Gore accused his 2000 opponent last night of consistently appointing industry-friendly regulators to oversee the nation's air, land, and water, a practice he said amounted to abandonment of the nation's natural resources. (Full Article: 544 Words)

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