The EPA assault

Thank you for your editorial apprising your readers of the Environmental Protection Agency's continued assault on America (OGJ, Mar. 17, 2014, p. 18). Starting with its forced sequestration of carbon dioxide in new power plants; to its absurdly low limits on ozone and mercury from these same plants; to the minuscule levels of CO, NOx, and hydrocarbons in tailpipe emissions; to the already reduced limits on sulfur in diesel fuel and the new limits on sulfur in gasoline, the agency seems Hell-bent on burdening both industry and the general public with needless costs that do little for the general well-being but surely serve as a drag on the sluggish economy. In hitching its wagon to the sta...

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