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EPA broke spending law on private phone booth for Pruitt: reports

The Environmental Protection Agency broke federal legislation by means of spending greater than $43,000 to install a non-public telephone sales space in Administrator Scott Pruitt's place of business, reports mentioned Monday. The agency didn't supply advance understand to Congress prior to spending the money, ABC News and NBC News mentioned, mentioning a U.S. Government Accountability Office record. Pruitt reportedly told a congressional committee he wanted the sales space to make safe calls to the White House.