The growth and immersion of our government is not only felt by the people in our daily lives, but by the government itself. The states, each and every one of them, have felt the burden of new laws and regulations. Federalism, by rough definition, is a contract between several pre-existing groups or states that are … Continue reading
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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