Tag Archive | "EPA"

November 23, 2011: The Most Expensive Regulation of All Time?

What is the single most expensive regulation of all time? Energy Policy Analyst William Yeatman has one candidate: the EPA’s proposal to regulate mercury emissions from coal-powered plants.

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August 18, 2011: How the EPA Makes Electricity Less Affordable

The $370 million visibility improvement has a 35 percent chance of being perceptible to the human eye. New Mexican electricity consumers, meanwhile, will be able to perceive their bills going up by an average of $82 per year.

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May 26, 2011: President Obama Proposes Deregulation

Cass Sunstein, President Obama’s regulatory czar, announced today that the administration intends to repeal regulations from 30 different agencies. CEI Vice President for Strategy Iain Murray thinks this is a good step, though a small one.

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Episode 100: The Venerable Fred L. Smith, Jr.

Richard Morrison and Jeremy Lott welcome CEI founder and president Fred L. Smith, Jr. to the 100th anniversary of the LibertyWeek podcast. Fred gives us a special look back into his the founding of CEI and then a look forward to the emerging threats to freedom.

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Episode 85: Health Care in Our Time

Richard Morrison, Jeremy Lott, Greg Conko and Michelle Minton bring you episode 85. We cover the big vote on health care, immigration protests, challenges to the EPA’s greenhouse gas rules and Human Achievement Hour.

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Episode 31: What in Dodd’s Name?

Our hosts take a whiff of the bank nationalizations floating through the air, and say they stink. Senator Chris Dodd’s dodgy dealings in real estate come under scrutiny. While favoring immigration in general, our hosts question the wisdom of “eco-migration.”

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