House seeks information from societal saboteurs

House panel asks EPA for info on pollution rules

Republicans in the House of Representatives are requesting information about how the Environmental Protection Agency’s air pollution rules will affect the country’s power grid, and whether regulations are advancing too fast on electricity generators.

The move was the latest by Republicans in the House who want to stop EPA’s regulatory efforts, believing they will cost jobs and drive up energy prices. (Reuters)

One response to “House seeks information from societal saboteurs

  1. “In any novel proposal, positive outcomes will always be overestimated and negative outcomes will always be underestimated.” This is especially true when the agents responsible for implementing the proposal are not held accountable for its outcomes.
    In other words, when the EPA screws up, nobody in the government will blame them.

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