EPA Restricts How Science Can Be Used to Shape Regulations (2)

Bloomberg Law cites CEI’s event featuring EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler.

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler defended the new rule, called the Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science, as a win for “sunshine” in regulations.

The rule would get judges “out of the habit of making scientific determinations for the agency,” and cut back on litigation, Wheeler said at a web briefing hosted by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a libertarian nonprofit.

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