WashExaminer: EPA should stop hiding the data used in making regulations

“When the EPA proposes a regulation based on science, it should name the papers it is depending on and it should make data sets used in those papers publicly available.”

The Washington Examiner editorializes:

Thousands of conservative political activists, officeholders, public relations operatives, celebrities, think tankers, and academics are assembled here this week for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference. Among the issues that most intensely unite the various factions within the conservative galaxy is the use by liberals of global warming programs and policies as cover for the expansion of government power. All too often the science behind those efforts is inaccessible to the public and thus not subject to genuinely independent review and verification. So a key ingredient in stopping the global warming juggernaut in agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency is making scientific data publicly available…

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