The EPA is barreling ahead with costly regulations that provide dubious public benefits.
Ignoring Cost/Benefit Analysis Order
The EPA is supposed to compare the cost to implement its regulations with the projected benefits when issuing new rules. A closer look at the EPA’s recent actions reveals that the agency has been largely ignoring this important directive. (Read more)
Questionable Rulemaking Justifications
Not even Congress is shown the evidence the EPA uses to justify its most expensive rules. Rules issued by the EPA are backed by questionable science and in some cased may actually cause more environmental harm than they reduce. (Read more)
The EPA knows the science doesn’t always justify its regulations. Instead of amending its rules to reflect the scientific realities, the agency has resorted to bullying scientists into granting its regulations a rubber stamp. (Read more)