Coal Company Sues EPA To Stop A Regulation That Will Close More Coal Plants
The Daily Caller discusses the Enviornmental Protection Agency's mercury rule with William Yeatman.
“These benefits are so miniscule because they are based on a population that almost assuredly doesn’t exist,” William Yeatman, a senior fellow at the free market Competitive Enterprise Institute, said in an emailed statement in December.
“According to the EPA, the MATS rule is necessary in order to protect a supposed population of pregnant subsistence fisherwomen, who during their pregnancies eat hundreds of pounds of self-caught fish from America’s most polluted bodies of fresh inland water,” Yeatman said.
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