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05/18/2016
CRS Praises Congressional Action to Provide Red Tape Relief from 2015 Ozone Standard

Washington D.C. – Karen Kerrigan, President of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council (SBEC) today applauded the House Energy and Commerce Committee for overwhelmingly supporting H.R. 4775, the “Ozone Standards Implementation Act of 2016” by a vote of 30 to ...

04/27/2016
States and Industries Sue EPA – Urge Court to “Vacate” Agency’s “Unachievable” Ozone Standard

By Karen Kerrigan The Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), a project of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council (SBEC), has led an effort to point out the many flaws in the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision to lower the National ...

04/13/2016
CRS Joins Congressional Calls for Transparency at EPA: Submits FOIA Request for Records on CASAC’s Member Selection Process

CRS stresses need for balanced panel that includes western representation Washington D.C. – Joining congressional calls for transparency at EPA, the Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), a project of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council, today filed a Freedom of ...

03/31/2016
Colorado’s Democratic Governor Says Suspending New Ozone Standard ‘A Great Idea’

Denver, Colo. – Suspending a strict new ozone standard from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) would be a “great idea” because of the challenges posed by background ozone levels, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) said today. Gov. Hickenlooper was ...

03/31/2016
CRS Submits Comments to EPA, Concerned the Agency Doesn’t Fully Understand Background Ozone

CRS joins bipartisan calls to halt implementation of new ozone standard until background ozone fully understood Washington D.C. – Karen Kerrigan, President of the Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), a project of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship Council, today submitted ...

03/16/2016
Ahead of Denver Ozone Meeting, Colorado Lawmakers Call on EPA to Halt Stringent New Ozone Standard

Denver, Colorado (March 16, 2016) – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) must suspend the implementation of a stringent new ozone standard before Colorado communities are unfairly penalized for air pollution that originates outside the state and even outside the ...

03/01/2016
EPA Runs into Unexpected Resistance, Possible Roadblock in Arizona: Background Ozone Severely Compromises State’s Ability to Comply with New Lower Standard

State air regulators and business leaders confronted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with stiff opposition at a two-day workshop focused on background ozone in Phoenix, Arizona last week. State air regulators crowded into the workshop alongside researchers, elected officials, ...

02/25/2016
New CRS Report Details Job-Destroying Impacts of EPA’s New Ozone Standard on Arizona’s Economy

Link to Report Phoenix, Arizona (February 25, 2016) – As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency conducts a workshop on background ozone in Phoenix this week, the Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), a project of the Small Business Entrepreneurship Council (SBE ...

02/23/2016
Ahead of EPA Phoenix Workshop, CRS Releases Report Finding that EPA is Regulating Ahead of Science, Unprepared to Assess Impact of Background Ozone

New ozone standards should not be implemented until issues with background ozone are properly understood Washington D.C. – Ahead of an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) workshop on background ozone in Phoenix, Arizona this week, the Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), ...

02/22/2016
Colorado Democrat Slams Washington’s Ozone Agenda: ‘This is Just Setting Us Up to Fail’

EPA Concedes Denver Can’t Meet Strict New Standard Due to Out-of-State Pollution Also Read the Denver Business Journal Story Here Washington D.C., – In a quietly released white paper over the winter holiday break, the United States Environmental Protection Agency ...


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