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EPA rules offer us little benefit

Published 04/15/2011, The Jamestown Sun

Make no mistake, the Clean Air Act has been costly for business and industry, but not without cause. Forty years ago, when President Richard Nixon signed it into law, there were clear health risks associated with air quality, especially in industrial states. Remember acid rain? Much of that cost has been justified in better health for people and the environment.

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