Call for comments. Tell EPA to retain the current 2008 ozone standard (75 ppb). States are committing time and money to meet the 2008 ozone standard, yet EPA now wants to impose more stringent restrictions before the current standards are fully implemented. This further strains what are already limited resources that states have for implementation. Learn more at www.uschamber.com/ozone.
- File your own comments. (Click on the blue "Comment Now!" button on the right side of the regulations.gov page.)
- For reference, view a sample letter for businesses and associations to express concerns about the proposed rule.
- Let’s get our rules right. Send a letter to Congress to support the Regulatory Accountability Act. If passed, this bill will improve our nation’s rulemaking process, creating more transparency and public participation, and holding agencies accountable for the nature and quality of their data.
- Share our slideshare presentation on the 5 Steps to Get Our Rules Right. Click here to retweet the presentation.
Backdoor and Backroom Regulation, Heather Peirce, The Hill
EPA's Wood-Burning Stove Ban Has Chilling Consequences For Many Rural People, Larry Bell, Forbes
Over-regulated America, The Economist
Pay Up: Federal Regulations Cost U.S. Economy More Than $2 Trillion Annually, National Association of Manufacturers
The Best and Worst of Regulation in 2014, Sam Batkins, American Action Forum
The Cure For Regulation Destabilization, Clyde Wayne Crews, Forbes
The REINS Act: Increasing The Accountability Of Our Elected Officials, Capital Flows, Forbes
The Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome Act of 2014, Congressional testimony by Patrick McLaughlin, George Mason University
The Unintended Consequences of Federal Regulatory Accumulation, Mercatus Center, George Washington University