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02/07/2017
Washington Responds to Bipartisan Calls from Across the Country for Ozone Regulatory Relief

Responding to calls by state and local officials from across the country, Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) and Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX) have introduced bipartisan legislation aimed at finally providing job creators relief from the burdensome 2015 National Ambient Air ...

01/13/2017
EPA Ozone Standard Likely to Lead Congressional Action in New Congress

With widespread bipartisan concern from state and local officials from across the country regarding Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2015 ozone standard, the new administration and Congress are likely to make addressing the standard a top priority in the regulatory reform ...

12/23/2016
‘Completely wrong’: Britain’s BBC rips apart air quality alarmism

Activist groups that try to scare the public about air quality have been debunked yet again, this time by a very unlikely source – the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). In fact, this rebuke may the worst since a rank-and-file official ...

11/28/2016
Colorado on Track to Meet 75 ppb Ozone Standard, But Tough New Limit Worries Air Quality Officials

The Denver Metropolitan Area will meet the 2008 federal ozone standard of 75 parts per billion (ppb), according to the Regional Air Quality Council (RAQC) announced earlier this month. But environmental regulators in Colorado weren’t celebrating because the Obama administration ...

10/19/2016
New Report: REGULATION – Costs, Incentives and the Need for Reform

For Immediate Release                                                            SBE Council’s CRS Releases Report on the Roots of Government Over-Regulation, and the Impact on Small Business and the Economy Washington, D.C. – The Center for Regulatory Solutions (CRS), a project of the ...

10/13/2016
Court Ruling: CFPB Power Structure is Unconstitutional

By Karen Kerrigan- A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit declared the power structure of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) unconstitutional, stating that its Director isn’t sufficiently accountable. The Center for Regulatory Solutions ...

10/10/2016
CRS: EPA Ignores Stakeholder Concerns, Nominates Insider to Serve on CASAC

In the face of criticism from Capitol Hill and others across the country, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) doubled down and nominated Donna Kenski, a tried and true Administration ally, to serve again on the Clean Air Science Advisory Committee (CASAC). ...

09/28/2016
Will Transparency Prevail on FCC’s “Set-Top-Box” Plan

By Karen Kerrigan- UPDATE:  The FCC pulled the set-top-box vote from the September 29  agenda.  NOW they need to make the plan public so entrepreneurs, small businesses and impacted stakeholders can provide comment on it.  Small businesses, and all Americans ...

09/09/2016
FCC Goes from Bad to Worse on its Latest Rulemaking

by Raymond J. Keating- Government has an unrelenting knack for making bad situations worse. This happens when elected officials or regulators impose assorted policies with significant costs and consequences, and then go on to expand the scope, reach and control ...

08/12/2016
American Thoracic Society Report Falls Short

“Health of the Air” Report is Advocacy, Not Science By Karen Kerrigan On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, the American Thoracic Society (ATS) published a so-called “Health of the Air” report positing that dropping the ozone standard to 60 parts per ...


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