Opinion: EPA's tailoring rule will burden small-business owners

09/27/2010 | Examiner, The

The Environmental Protection Agency exceeded its authority when it issued its "tailoring rule" to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions from industrial facilities, according to Shannon Goessling, executive director and chief legal counsel for the Southeastern Legal Foundation. Under the rule, small businesses would need to get expensive permits, which could lead to a scenario that the EPA has called "absurd" and an "administrative impossibility," Goessling writes.

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