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The EPA’s Proposed Ground Ozone Standard

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Issue 2, 2015 of American Coal Magazine (pg. 30-32) ——————- Too much, Too fast By Ken Ditzel and Rob Fisher, FTI Consulting On November 25, 2014, EPA proposed to strengthen the national ambient … Continue reading

22. November 2015 by Jason Hayes
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Doctors in Congress question EPA claims on Asthma and Ozone

A group of doctors in Congress have recently sent a letter to the EPA questioning whether the agency’s plan to mandate the reduction of the current ozone standard from 75 ppb to between 65 and 70 ppb will be worth … Continue reading

22. June 2015 by Jason Hayes
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“Amazing arrogance”

The folks at junkscience.com don’t pull any punches in their review of the EPA’s just proposed ground level ozone standards, which they refer to as a combination of arrogance, lack of science and wishful thinking. On 11/26/14, EPA announced its intent to … Continue reading

28. November 2014 by Jason Hayes
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