Republicans Want the EPA to Show its Work, but Critics See a Backdoor Assault on Climate Rules
from National Journal
There's nothing Lamar Smith would like more than to get rid of President Barack Obama's climate-change agenda, which he has said contains "some of the most expensive and burdensome regulations" in the history of the Environmental Protection Agency and is based on "science-fiction promoted by alarmists." The Republican-led House has offered no shortage of opportunities for that — proposed spending bills have slashed funding for the climate plan, and there have been measures to freeze EPA rules, to emphasize their economic cost, and to expand drilling even while the administration tries to shift to renewable energy.
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