The Miami Herald Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
May 22--Florida Environmental Protection Secretary David Struhs emerged Wednesday as one of four people mentioned as leading candidates to replace Christie Todd Whitman, who announced her resignation as head of the federal Environmental Protection Agency.
The other three who have been widely mentioned are deputy EPA administrator Linda Fisher, former Michigan Gov. John Engler and the auto industry's chief Washington lobbyist, Josephine Cooper.
Asked about whether he would recommend Struhs to the federal post, Gov. Jeb Bush demurred.
"I want him to stay here," Bush said. "He's a great secretary of …