WashTimes: EPA busts private-sector budgets with rules that cost $353 billion

The equivalent of all the wealth generated each year in Virginia’s private-sector economy.

“With a cost of $353 billion, the agency’s onerous regulatory burdens consume the equivalent of all the wealth generated each year in Virginia’s private-sector economy. It’s as if, instead of serving the public, the commonwealth’s economic effort were dedicated to serving the EPA administrator. An entire state’s gross domestic product could be added to the national economy if the EPA faded away.” [Washington Times]

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