Is there a butterfly net large enough to for the University of Maryland’s Center for Integrative Environmental Research (CIER)?
CEIR comments about CAP’s impact on jobs:
“We expect manufacturing in Maryland, and its economy as a whole, to be agile enough to make the necessary changes in technologies and business practices to absorb what has been portrayed as a policy-induced shock on the economy. At worst, the CAP will become an indistinguishable part of a larger and longer-term trend of declining manufacturing employment in the state. At best, the CAP will generate new business opportunities and jobs.”
That’s an argument Obama has yet to try — i.e., why worry about EPA over-regulation, the country’s goin’ to hell anyway.