EPA’s newest rule a job-killer, says CEI

One News Now cites Myron Ebell on EPA regulations.

Meanwhile, Myron Ebell of the Competitive Enterprise Institute tells OneNewsNow that smog levels have been declining across the country, but some areas have still not met the 2008 limit.

"So now large parts of the country are now going to be out of attainment again," Ebell predicts. "And many of the same jurisdictions that have already spent a lot of money, and many of the same companies and industries that have already spent a lot of money, are now going to have to get it all over again."

The may be the most expensive environmental regulation ever proposed by EPA, Ebell says, calling it a job-killing regulation.