What You May Have Missed
By Pat Cone, Steve Nelson,Joette Langianese and John Thomson
Published: Wednesday, Sept. 12 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT
t their best, the citizen advisory boards that are charged with making policy for Utah's Department of Environmental Quality provide a critical forum for cautious, independent analysis of key issues facing regulators. At their worst, the boards can be little more than rubber stamps, dutifully signing off on the suggestions of not just regulators, but the industries those regulators are charged with monitoring.
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