Today’s post provides an update on the Obama administration’s proposed rule to limit carbon emissions from power plants in the U.S.
Yesterday, Senate Democrats engaged in an all-night talk-a-thon on environmental policy. Yet, as many news stories have acknowledged, this exercise amounted to mere hot air; even though they control the Senate, they have no plan for specific legislation or action.
According to a new report by the American Action Forum, the regulations the Obama Administration has announced in this year alone will cost American businesses and consumers more than $130 billion.
New greenhouse gas rules from the EPA are coming soon. More on this and the week’s other top regulatory headlines:
Vote in today’s public pulse on if the government should cut taxes for some while raising taxes for others.