Whistleblowers raised valid concerns about Colorado air pollution monitoring, probe finds, but problems were unintentional

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The whistleblower’s initial complaint to the EPA’s Office of Inspector General is still under investigation, according to the whistleblower attorneys at Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, or PEER.

The report “seems to be technically proficient but it is going out of its way to phrase and structure things such that it minimizes individual culpability, or the need for organizational reform that is obvious to anybody who goes outside and breathes the air,” PEER attorney Kevin Bell said. The 50-page report does point to the need for reform in air pollution policy for Colorado, Bell said.

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