Skip to comments.EPA Vs. Fireworks
Posted on 07/13/2011 5:05:15 PM PDT by Nachum
Overregulation: The Environmental Protection Agency is at it again this time eyeing smog standards so stringent it could actually force cities to choose between July 4th fireworks and hugely expensive new rules.
When the EPA was enacting stricter smog standards in the '90s, critics said some communities would have to sacrifice things like 4th of July fireworks to comply. Then-EPA-head Carol Browner dismissed such talk as "nothing more than scare tactics" from polluters. "They are false," she said in 1977. "They are wrong. They are manipulative."
Tell that to Wichita.
Few would think of this south-central city in Kansas as having a big smog problem. But under current standards it's now one day away from breaching the EPA's standard for ozone, the main ingredient in smog.
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Ozone is how nature fights smog.
eyeing smog standards so stringent it could actually force cities to choose between July 4th fireworks and hugely expensive new rulesSo, why didn't the EPA fine the entire Moslem world for the environmental disasters they caused on 9/11?
Just tell them to go to heck.
Start pushing back. The EPA needs to hear a no, over and over.
Drill where you want and take the b******ds to court.
Call protestors into to local EPA headquarters and to the main building.
People are fed up.