Washington, Dec. 31 -- "Reports withheld from the public until New Year's Eve show that members of a top EPA advisory board - many of whom were appointed by the Trump administration - found serious scientific flaws in Trump EPA proposals to unravel life-saving pollution limits.

"EPA's Science Advisory Board looked at proposed rule changes that would undermine safeguards limiting toxic pollution from coal plant smokestacks, weaken protections against pollution from cars and light-duty trucks, and block the best science from being used to protect the American people. The board's reviews show that the proposed rule changes are not based on rigorous science, as required by law, but rather are designed to serve the interests of a few while igno...