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WASHINGTON – The Environmental Protection Agency is ordering the DoD to clean up three military bases where the EPA says dumped chemicals pose dangers to the environment.

These actions are part of a standoff between the Pentagon and the EPA since the Pentagon declined to sign agreements that would enable the EPA to set a remediation plan and schedules and allow the EPA to oversee the military’s environmental quality.

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