Jackson: Leadership change for second term. Jackson’s deputy administrator, Bob Perciasepe, is a likely candidate, although other names have been circulated as well, most recently outgoing Washington Governor Chris Gregoire (D.). The Obama Administration’s choice" />
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Jackson steps down as EPA administrator; choice of successor seen as clue to policy direction in Obama’s second term

9:28 AM MST | January 11, 2013 | —Kara Sissell

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson announced on 28 December that she will leave the agency after President Obama’s State of the Union address later this month. Jackson says she is confident she leaves a ship “sailing in the right direction.” Jackson: Leadership change for second term. Jackson’s deputy administrator, Bob Perciasepe, is a likely candidate, although other names have been circulated as well, most recently outgoing Washington Governor Chris Gregoire (D.). The Obama Administration’s choice...

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