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Ozone Bill Grants Much Needed Relief from Regulation

In 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency finalized new National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for ground level ozone. This regulation is slated to be one of the most expensive in history, affecting nearly all aspects of the economy. However, the potential benefits come nowhere close to justifying the astronomical costs. Fortunately, H.R. 4775, the Ozone Standards Implementation […]

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Conflict of Interest: EPA’s Ozone Rule vs. the CPP

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is pursuing an aggressive regulatory agenda so sprawling that at least two of its major regulations seem to conflict with one another, undermining the agency’s stated goals. EPA has proposed severe reductions in ground-level ozone levels, but complying with that rule could hamper states’ ability to comply with the EPA’s […]

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Ozo the Clown

By EPA’s own conservative estimates, their ozone proposal would be the single costliest regulation in U.S. history. Besides carrying a $90 billion a year price tag, EPA’s proposed rule would also put pristine national parks like Big Bend, Texas out of compliance. If national parks like Big Bend and Yellowstone can’t comply with EPA’s new […]

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