In what could be a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to consider forcing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to weigh costs of the rules it sets. The EPA has contended that the 1970 Clean Air Act gave it the right to consider only health damage from pollution. Critics, however, have argued for many years that it is absurd to accept any program EPA wishes at any cost — and this policy has led EPA into misadventures and reliance on “junk science” to fit its agenda. ...
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