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  • Video: The Economic Costs of the EPA's ANPR Regulations

    Senior Policy Analyst Dave Kreutzer discusses the economic cost of the proposed regulations of the EPA. You can make a difference. The Heritage Foundation has set up a Web site called StopEPA.com and we are encourageing everyone to visit the site and submit a comment to the EPA to let them know what you think. Time is running out. Only eight days left to make your voice heard.

    UPDATE: Read the column posted by Dr. Feulner on Redstate.com


    Posted in Energy [slideshow_deploy]

    One Response to Video: The Economic Costs of the EPA's ANPR Regulations

    1. Darvin Dowdy, Houst says:

      the time to stop these epa regs was on 11/4/08. The GOP hierarchy/U.S. Chamber/WSJ got the moderate candidate that they wanted and look what happened. These globalist scoundrels are driving Middle American voters away in droves and they must be purged from "our" party.

      I for one do not think the HF, of which I'm a member, did nearly enough nor or they doing anything to turn the tide. Why not just change your blog format to Arts/Crafts or Knitting. Darvin Dowdy

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