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Scott Pruitt says CO2 isn't a pollutant. What next on US climate change policy?

Monday, March 13, 2017 8:09
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Christian Science Monitor discusses the role of the Environmental Protection Agency with William Yeatman.  

Where Democrats see health and environmental protection, Pruitt, who has sued the EPA more than a dozen times as Oklahoma’s attorney general, sees government overreach. The EPA was founded at the behest of former President Richard Nixon under a model of “cooperative federalism,” in which federal research and standards pave the way for states to implement and enforce their own policies, but many Republicans believe that process has broken down.

“The Clean Air Act stipulates that the states are supposed to be first among equals,” William Yeatman, a senior fellow at the conservative Competitive Enterprise Institute previously told The Christian Science Monitor. “Demonstrably, that’s the way it has not worked over the last eight years. What we’ve seen is this shift from cooperative federalism to coercive federalism.”

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Friday, March 10, 2017
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William Yeatman
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Source: https://cei.org/content/scott-pruitt-says-co2-isnt-pollutant-what-next-us-climate-change-policy

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