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In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, Dan Simmons, vice-president for policy at the Institute for Energy Research, joins H. Sterling Burnett. Simmons comes on the podcast to discuss Obama’s new ozone regulations.
Simmons explains how these new ozone rules would provide minimal to no public health or environmental benefits. While netting no real benefits, the regulations would impose a high cost on the economy. Simmons also discusses the limited options the public has for fighting against the Obama administration’s regulatory onslaught.