View Coalition for American Jobs’ latest newspaper advertisement (PDF).
March 9, 2011 Re: Upton-Inhofe Bill a Key Step Toward Stopping EPA’s GHG Regulations Dear Chairman Upton and Chairman Whitfield: On January 2, 2011, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) began regulating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from stationary sources. EPA’s rules require industrial sites, power plants and other businesses that emit GHGs above certain thresholds [...]
This Gongwer Report (Volume #79, Report #53, Article #4–Friday, March 19, 2010) reports that Ohio governor Ted Strickland pushed back this week on Obama Administration plans to regulate greenhouse gases through the federal Clean Air Act. You can read the full article on the Gongwer Report Web site.
E&E News, a DC publication, reports that the Illinois House of Representatives yesterday approved a resolution encouraging the U.S. Congress to postpone U.S. EPA’s efforts to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources. You can read the full article on the E&E News Web site.
“Triggering PSD Regulation of Greenhouse Gases: Days-to-Construction at the Construction Projects Affected” depicted in our latest graph.