On Monday, the Supreme Court voted to mostly uphold the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recent plans to regulate major emitters of greenhouse gasses.
This week, the inspector general’s office from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) accused a small unit within the agency of operating illegally as a “rogue law enforcement agency” that has been blocking independent investigations of the EPA for years.
Yesterday, the House voted in favor of a bill that would override the ability of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to limit the amount of carbon emissions from coal fueled power plants.
A new report commissioned by the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation points to burdensome regulations as a major cause for slowdown in the manufacturing industry.
Watch our fifth installment in our Story of Business series. It centers on Rob Latham in South Carolina. His story is a case study in why we need a regulatory system that’s fair, accountable and allows our economy to grow again.
In our fifth video in our Story of Business series, we hear from Rob Latham, the owner of the List Company Inc., where we learn that regulations should be effective and not excessive. In 2007, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) nearly caused his small business in South Carolina to cease operations. The culprit? The labels on the product.