EPA overstates benefit of new formaldehyde rule based on officially discredited science

The Washington Examiner reports:

White House officials concluded that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) significantly overstated the economic benefits of a proposed rule cutting formaldehyde emissions, largely because the agency persisted in relying on scientific claims that federal peer reviewers deemed incredible.

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2 thoughts on “EPA overstates benefit of new formaldehyde rule based on officially discredited science”

  1. When has the EPA done anything based on sound science?
    Nixon is remembered for the evil of Watergate.
    His EPA has done far worse.

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