EPA’s criticism of Lake Champlain cleanup becomes scientific, political debate

The Environmental Protection Agency’s criticism about the pace of cleaning up Lake Champlain has become a debate about science – and about politics. Governor Jim Douglas says it’s another example of the Bush administration’s refusal to effectively deal with environmental issues. But as VPR’s Ross Sneyd reports, Democrat Gaye Symington sides with the EPA and says it’s Douglas who has failed the environment.