Anne McGill Gorsuch Burford, former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, is shown testifying on Capitol Hill on March 3, 1983, six days before resigning in a fight with Congress over toxic waste documents. Burford died of cancer in 2004.
Anne McGill Gorsuch Burford, former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, is shown testifying on Capitol Hill on March 3, 1983, six days before resigning in a fight with Congress over toxic waste documents. Burford died of cancer in 2004. JOHN DURICKA ASSOCIATED PRESS
Anne McGill Gorsuch Burford, former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, is shown testifying on Capitol Hill on March 3, 1983, six days before resigning in a fight with Congress over toxic waste documents. Burford died of cancer in 2004. JOHN DURICKA ASSOCIATED PRESS

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