Finding common ground on the impacts of air pollution regulation
From Oct. 21:
Heralded as lifesavers by advocates and derided as job killers by critics, federal air pollution rules have for decades generated an outsized portion of litigation and political controversy. Proponents of these rules highlight health and environmental benefits, while opponents raise concerns about compliance costs and delivering reliable electricity service through the power grid. In a recent paper, two University of Texas Law School professors attempt to change the tenor of these debates by recalculating data cited by different stakeholders so that they use the same scale.
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