EPA Over-Estimates on Health Benefits of Regulation

“House Testimony: EPA Grossly Overstates Economic Benefits of Regulation,” By James Taylor.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is grossly overstating the economic benefits of its various environmental restrictions, environmental expert Richard Trzupek told the Energy and Environment Subcommittee of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Trzupek, a chemist and environmental consultant, told the House subcommittee in June 6 written testimony that EPA routinely claims enormous economic benefits are created by its regulations. Those benefits, Trzupek explained, rest on far-fetched claims regarding “premature deaths avoided” and gains in worker productivity… Read the full article on the Heartland Institute’s Environment and Climate News.

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