On Monday, we observed in “Edicts, Emissions and the EPA” that the Environmental Protection Agency’s endangerment finding on CO2 reduced the amount of public attention going to the agency’s other important regulatory activities, such as the proposed rule to reduce emissions of sulfur dioxide.
Proving the point, so far we find just one media account of the EPA’s public hearing Tuesday in Atlanta on the SO2 standard. It’s Georgia Public Broadcasting’s brief report, “EPA Considers More Limits on S02.” Good for GPB.
The EPA’s imperious rule-making goes far beyond its attempted policymaking on greenhouse gas emissions and will unnecessarily raise costs on economic activity in the United States. It really deserves more attention.
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