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America’s Real Climate and Environmental Crisis

GilbertEA Wrote: May 27, 2012 1:45 PM
EPA Regulations continue to be a nuisance. The protection for which they are designed is completely overshadowed by the fact that they are time consuming, not cost effective and they never seen to be able to stay stable. All of which are things that are too great to bear for a number of businesses as regulatory policies never seem to have any kind of knowledge of business practices (http://bit.ly/zgsTLu). We need to develop a symbiotic relationship between Regulatory policy and day-to-day business transactions.

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson says we face serious threats to human health, welfare and justice. She’s absolutely right. However, the crisis is not due to factory or power plant emissions, or supposed effects of “dangerous manmade global warming.”

The crisis is the result of policies and regulations that her EPA is imposing in the name of preventing climate change and other hypothetical and exaggerated environmental problems. It is those government actions that are severely impacting Americans’ health, welfare, and pursuit of happiness and justice.

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