Obama appoints new MMS director
The president wants to see ‘far-reaching change’ in the agency that oversees oil development on the U.S. outer continental shelf
On June 15 President Obama announced the appointment of Michael Bromwich as the new director of the U.S. Minerals Management Service. And the president left no doubt about the reasoning behind his choice of Bromwich, a man with extensive experience in investigating government and industry malpractic....
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