Meet The One Environmental Group That Sues The EPA Every 8 Days

Then-Assistant Secretary of the Interior Rhea Suh helps Michelle Obama promote the “Let’s Move Outside” program at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area outside Las Vegas Tuesday, June 1, 2010 in Red Rock Canyon.
Then-Assistant Secretary of the Interior Rhea Suh helps Michelle Obama promote the "Let's Move Outside" program at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area outside Las Vegas Tuesday, June 1, 2010 in Red Rock Canyon. AP Photo/Isaac Brekken
Then-Assistant Secretary of the Interior Rhea Suh helps Michelle Obama promote the “Let’s Move Outside” program at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area outside Las Vegas Tuesday, June 1, 2010 in Red Rock Canyon.
Then-Assistant Secretary of the Interior Rhea Suh helps Michelle Obama promote the "Let's Move Outside" program at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area outside Las Vegas Tuesday, June 1, 2010 in Red Rock Canyon. AP Photo/Isaac Brekken

Meet The One Environmental Group That Sues The EPA Every 8 Days

The are 11 separate federal investigations into Scott Pruitt’s behavior as head of the Environmental Protection Agency. There have been extraordinary expenses on soundproof phone booths, trips, and unnecessary security. But what about his record on protecting the environment? Personal friends of Pruitt and industry insiders have taken over key positions in the EPA. The Natural Resources Defense Council has filed a new lawsuit against the EPA, on average, every eight days since the Trump Administration took office. We talk with Rhea Suh, president of NRDC about their fight to maintain environmental protections for clean water, air, and endangered species.