Politics may have sidelined Margaret Felts' aggressive approach to toxic clean-up--and jeopardized environmental safety around the state.
Thursday, October 26, 1995
When Gov. Pete Wilson appointed a Republican consultant, Margaret Felts, to be a high-level administrator in a much-criticized unit of the state's Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), she was presumably expected to bring her tough fiscal conservatism to bear on the troubled agency.
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