A letter signed by more than environmental scientist and researchers from more than a dozen think-tanks and universities argues that the draft quidance the CEQ published on December 14, 2014 concer
Phthalates are chemicals used to make soft and pliable plastics, including medical tubing, medical bags, toys, hoses, etc.
A draft text of the climate treaty slated for final negotiation in Paris later this year contains a provision that would create an international court to pushing carbon emission backsliders, those
Science has shown that more than a decade of of alarming headlines about the chemical Bisphenol A (BPA) hyped a false fear.
Comments of the various organizations on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Environmental Protection Agency’s Proposed Definition of “Waters of the United States” Under the Clean Water Act, 79 Fed. Reg. 22,188
The EPA's proposed rule defining its jurisdiction over "waters of the United States," dramatically expands the Agencies’ regulatory authority, harming property owners and undermining federalism.
Tip of the Costberg: On the Invalidity of All Cost of Regulation Estimates and the Need to Compile Them Anyway, 2015 Edition
The 2015 edition of the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s annual survey of federal regulatory costs, Tip of the Costberg, attempts to quantify the economic impact of government over-regul
The Consumers Guide is meant to take away the fear people are being encouraged by environmental alarmists to develop of useful chemicals in everyday use.
Recognizing the growing threat of organized crime, then U.S. Attorney General Robert F.
Some global warming alarmists promote British Columbia’s experience with a carbon tax, to persuade Americans that a carbon tax can reduce emissions without harming the economy.
During the Obama administration, there has been a significant shift away from the Federal/State relationship established in the 1970 Clean Air Act.