- James Enstrom was fired from his position as a researcher at UCLA's School of Public Health, where he researched the effects of smoke and other pollutants, suggesting that their negative health impacts have been exaggerated.
- Enstrom filed a lawsuit claiming that his "ideological and political affiliations" led to his removal.
- UCLA disputes Enstrom's allegations.
From the article:
UCLA researcher sues in an attempt to retain the position he's held for 35 years. He argues that he was targeted for his work on pollution and secondhand smoke. ...