Scott Pruitt, Trump's EPA pick, backed industry donors over regulators


As Pruitt ran for voting, at least $40,000 in contributions poured into his campaign from just about 30 executives at poultry companies named in the lawsuit or attorneys at law solids representing them, including Mark Simmons, the founder of Simmons Foods; Donald J. Smith, then the chief supervisor of Tysons Foods; and Gary Weeks, a lawyer listed on the court wallpapers as representing George’s, another company targeted in the lawsuit, according to statistics assembled by the nonprofit Environmental Working Group and confirmed by The New York Terms. That money represents about 4 percent of the total $1 million he initiate in the 2010 campaign, records show.

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