On the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, President Barack Obama’s administration tried to inconspicuously issue a regulatory agenda containing over 2,300 costly new regulations.
Unfortunately for the president, conservative media were paying attention. And we are disappointed to report that the agenda contained nothing but bad news for America.
For instance, the agenda included what could conceivably be the most expensive regulation ever issued in U.S. history. This regulation would reduce the national ambient ozone standard from 75 parts per billion to 65 to 70 parts per billion.
The Environmental Protection Agency desperately wants this regulation implemented because it believes it would reduce asthma attacks and asthma-related emergency room visits, premature deaths and missed workdays.
The implementation of this regulation is necessary, wrote EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy for CNN, “to clean up our air, improve access to crucial air quality information, and protect those most…
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