The Enviro-Fix Is In

Green groups and EPA get their way — and you pay.

Green groups are using the courts to co-opt the Environmental Protection Agency, and taxpayers are being forced to cover the activists’ legal fees.

Here’s how it works: Environmental groups craft lawsuits to force the EPA and other agencies to issue regulations. But because the EPA agrees with green groups’ radical environmental agenda, it often chooses not to defend itself, sometimes even providing environmental-advocacy organizations with information that will help them bring the case.

Read more at National Review.

One thought on “The Enviro-Fix Is In”

  1. The leftys set up the EPA law to allow private citizen lawsuits in the first place. Big mistake. It’s long past the time that all the EPA-related legislation ought to be seriously revised.

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