EPA rule will be costly for Oklahoma, U.S. Chamber study says
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will cost Oklahoma about $282 million a year with its plan to reduce emissions at national parks, according to a U.S. Chamber of Commerce study.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to cut emissions that impact visibility in national parks will cost Oklahoma about $282 million a year, according to a report released Friday by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The report contends efforts to combat regional haze in Oklahoma and other states will not be measurably improved by the EPA’s decision to impose its own emissions reduction plans....
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