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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 ...

02/11/2016
Obscure Ozone Advisory Panel Scrutinized by Congress

By Karen Kerrigan Last week, Senator James Inhofe (R-OK), chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee (EPW), called upon the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide greater transparency behind the process used to choose new members of the ...

01/27/2016
Bipartisan Senate Report Highlights Regulatory Burdens on Businesses, Large and Small

Regulations Across the Board Are Overwhelming Businesses By Karen Kerrigan In a new U.S. Senate bipartisan report, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee (HSGAC) has highlighted the considerable and growing regulatory burden harming many businesses, large and small, ...

01/26/2016
Renewable Fuel Standard No Longer the Third Rail of Iowa Politics

By Karen Kerrigan Next Monday, February 1, all eyes will be on the first-in-the-nation Iowa Caucus. For the first time in the 2016 election season, we will hear directly from voters who they want in the White House. In the ...

01/12/2016
House Will Vote to Stop ‘WOTUS’ Rule

President Obama Needs to Sign this Regulatory Life Raft to Small Businesses By Karen Kerrigan Thanks to the leadership of Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), the Senate passed a “joint resolution of disapproval,” under the Congressional Review Act (CRA), of EPA’s ...

01/06/2016
Regulatory Reform 2016: House to Vote on Key Measures This Week

Bills will increase transparency, reduce burden for small businesses By Karen Kerrigan As the New Year begins, small businesses continue to express concern over the economy’s persistent sluggishness.  Weak economic performance can be traced to several factors, including the never-ending ...

11/30/2015
CRS Comments on Obama’s RFS Announcement

“The Obama administration should be forced to explain how they can continue to support a mandate so universally opposed, especially on the environmental front.” Washington D.C., – Following the Obama administration’s announcement on the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), Karen Kerrigan, ...

11/23/2015
Obama’s Turkey of an Announcement on RFS This Week?

As President Obama travels to Paris next week to demonstrate his leadership on climate change for a United Nations conference, his administration is faced with an inconvenient policy announcement. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is required to announce the corn ...

11/20/2015
Ahead of EPA Action, New Report Details the Federal Corn Ethanol Mandate’s Devastating Harm to Illinois’ Economy, Environment

Link to Report WASHINGTON, D.C. – With less than two weeks left before the Obama administration’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announces its corn ethanol volume mandates for 2014, 2015, and 2016, the Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), a project of ...


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