… so why should anyone else?
The hostile bid by Nasdaq OMX and the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) to buy NYSE Euronext could possibly breathe new life into the now-defunct Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX).
WASHINGTON, April 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — A proposed Senate resolution citing enormous public health and economic benefits from the Clean Air Act was denounced as “a work of fiction” today by JunkScience.com.
EPA’s planned “Tier 3” rulemaking to reduce sulfur levels in and volatility of gasoline will not only raise the price of gasoline, but will also increase greenhouse gas emissions.
April 1, 2011 marks 15 years of JunkScience.com. Thanks to the millions and millions who have spent their valuable time with us! Steve Milloy, Publisher
By Steve Milloy April 1, 2011, Washington Times NPR is not the only partisan political organization that ought to have its public funding cut. Congress should put the American Lung Association (ALA) on the chopping block, too.