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Economy Derailed: State-by-State Impacts of the EPA Regulatory Train Wreck

Economy Derailed: State-by-State Impacts of the EPA Regulatory Train Wreck

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Economy Derailed details the most onerous EPA regulations and their specific consequences on state economies. The report highlights the environmental quality improvements made over the past few decades, provides an exhaustive reference list of organizations and groups that oppose the EPA overreach, and makes recommendations on how state legislators can play a role in maintaining state sovereignty over environmental protection.

For more information, please visit www.alec.org.
Economy Derailed details the most onerous EPA regulations and their specific consequences on state economies. The report highlights the environmental quality improvements made over the past few decades, provides an exhaustive reference list of organizations and groups that oppose the EPA overreach, and makes recommendations on how state legislators can play a role in maintaining state sovereignty over environmental protection.

For more information, please visit www.alec.org.

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Published by: ALEC on Feb 22, 2013
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ABOUT THE AMERICAN LEGISLATION EXCHANGE COUNCIL
The American Legislave Exchange Council (ALEC) is the naon’s largest nonparsan, individual membership organizaon of statelegislators, with more than 2,000 members across the naon. ALEC is commied to advancing the Jeersonian principles of freemarkets, limited government, federalism, and individual liberty. ALEC is classied by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) non-prot, public policy, and educaonal organizaon. Individuals, philanthropic foundaons, corporaons, companies, orassociaons are eligible to support ALEC’s work through tax-deducble gis.
ABOUT ALEC’S ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, AND AGRICULTURE TASK FORCE
ALEC’s Energy, Environment, and Agriculture (EEA) Task Force promotes the mutually benecial link between a robust economyand a healthy environment, and seeks to enhance the quality and use of our natural and agricultural resources for the benet of human health and well-being. The Task Force works with more than 250 public- and private-sector members to develop model bestpracces legislaon on issues such as climate change, agriculture, environmental health, regulatory reform, federalism, chemicalregulaon, property rights, waste management, and public lands. Rep. David Wolkins of Indiana serves as the Task Force’s public-sector chairman, and Marn Shultz of Brownstein Hya Farber Schreck serves as private-sector co-chairman. Todd Wynn is the taskforce director, and can be reached at twynn@alec.org or 202.742.8542.Economy Derailed: State-by-State Impacts of the EPA Regulatory Train Wreck© 2012 American Legislave Exchange CouncilAll rights reserved. Except as permied under the United States Copyright Act of 1976, no part of this publicaon may be reproducedor distributed in any form or by any means, or stored in a database or retrieval system without the prior permission of the publisher.Published byAmerican Legislave Exchange Council1101 Vermont Ave., NW, 11th FloorWashington, DC 20005Phone: 202.466.3800Fax: 202.466.3901www.alec.orgDesigned for ALEC byJason Keisling

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