State Coal Ash Regulation at Work

Ben Somberg

July 29, 2010

You may have read of a letter sent by 31 Representatives to the EPA today to complain about coal ash regulation. I wasn't planning on dignifying it with a response, but sometimes something just calls out for a little highlighting. Like when the members write:

"States have been effectively regulating CCRs"

That's actually a case they want to be on record making? Really?

View of the TVA Kingston Fossil Plant fly ash spill. Photo used under Creative Commons by Brian Stansberry.

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