The Washington Times discusses how an enviornmental regulation harms the poor with Marlo Lewis.
Marlo Lewis of the Competitive Enterprise Institute points out that the fuel economy standards promoted by the leftist environmentalists add thousands of dollars to the cost of a new car. He estimates that these “green” policies could mean that 7 million fewer Americans each year can’t afford a new car. And, again, those 7 million victims are surely not people like Al Gore or the board members of the Sierra Club.
Read the full article at The Washington Times.