Despite growing concern about the high costs and minimal benefits of the Environmental Protection Agency’s mercury, particulate, MACT, cross-state and other air pollution rules, the EPA has pushed forward with numerous rulemakings.
Dr. Willie Soon and I have followed this situation closely and written a number of articles about it. Indeed, Willie is one of the few people who have carefully analyzed EPA’s rulemakings; examined its analyses, assumptions, assertions and conclusions; and scrutinized the agency’s attempted medical and scientific justifications for the rules. Simply put, we vigorously disagree with EPA.
Our latest analysis strongly contests EPA’s methodologies, its latest rulemaking – and its most recent claims that the agency’s expensive “National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants” will somehow protect Americans’ health.
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