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Examiner Editorial: EPA's failure to meet deadlines invites regulatory manipulation

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Ninety-eight percent of Environmental Protection Agency regulations for three core Clean Air Act programs were implemented late, according to a new study by William Yeatman of the Competitive Enterprise Institute. While delaying EPA regulations may be seen as beneficial to the economy, failure to implement them in a timely fashion has encouraged the use of "sue and settle" lawsuits that...