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EPA uses tax dollars to buy 'independent' scientific reviews to support proposed regulations

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Federal agencies are required by law to rely upon independent scientific experts to conduct cost-benefit analyses of proposed environmental regulations. But, as Washington Examiner columnist Ron Arnold notes today in a devastating analysis, officials at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency think the law doesn't apply to them. The Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee is EPA's...

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