Sessions attacks EPA reliance on correlations

Another point enters the Senate debate.

During the Senate debate over the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule, Sen. William Sessions (R-AL) pointed out that, because it relies on mere statistical correlations, the EPA has failed to show there is a cause-and-effect relationship between air pollution and premature death.

Click to view Sen. Sessions remarks — they begin at about 1:27 into this video clip.

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