EPA distorts health benefits of mega-costly clean-air rule

Townhall.com Staff
Posted: Jul 16, 2015 9:14 AM
EXCLUSIVE: The Environmental Protection Agency is exaggerating the potential health benefits—especially for children—it says result from a new rule that will set sharply lower ozone levels across the U.S., according to a detailed study of the EPA model. The study concludes many of the supposed benefits may already exist under current EPA standards.

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