The Environmental Protection Agency's process for analyzing the economic costs and benefits associated with its air pollution regulations needs additional clarity and transparency, said the EPA's Science Advisory Board in a draft report released last week. The model is expected to help policymakers understand how federal regulations can affect employment and other factors.
Panel asks EPA to clarify cost-benefit analysis for air-pollution rules
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