EPA’s New Ozone Rulemakings: More Harmful than Helpful?

Praised by environmentalists and panned by business groups, EPA’s recent rulemakings for ground-level ozone is causing quite the stir.  The rule proposes to cut the national ambient air-quality standard to between 60 and 70 parts per billion (ppb) of allowable ozone.  The current level is 75 ppb. The Washington Times cited the possible damaging effects … Continue reading