Category Archives: EPA

James Taylor does a dissection of Crazy Cuomo’s Fracking ban

Thanks James, you are a friend and an erudite commentator.

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Endangered Species Act shenanigans? Shocking

This is one great area for speculative but very effective hand wringing–my goodness, the disappearance of a bird or a fuzzy mammal is really important–but even a bug or a lizard or a bladderpod plant bring tears to me eyes.

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The EPA is being reasonable?

The EPA’s new coal combustion residuals (CCR), or coal ash, rules might even be characterized as reasonable.  Time will tell if looks are deceiving. Continue reading

How clean is clean enough

I ran across a story about a water district needing grants to keep up with new chromium standards when it was generally meeting federal and previous state standards.  There was no report of the existing levels causing problems.  Continue reading

Nothing wrong with this Kansas legislator

Let’s see if EPA apologizes for its insane agenda.

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Time magazine shows ignorance

Well Time is concerned about EU backing off crazy air pollution regs.

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Ever heard of Federalism–it may impact energy/electricity litigation

Wouldn’t that be a shame if state sovereignty and the right to protect its energy grid might interfere with the ambitions of the EPA and the bamster?

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