WAR ON COAL - MARLO LEWIS
Globalwarming.org: Yes, Coal Is Dying, and Yes, EPA Is the Main Culprit
EPA is targeting the coal industry with costly, nonsensical regulations for no discernible reason other than to placate the environmentalist wing of the President’s political party. Of course, this is crummy policy making, especially in the midst of a difficult economy. > Read the analysis at Globalwarming.org
> Interview Marlo Lewis
TELEPRESS BRIEFING: TRUE COST OF ETHANOL IN TIMES OF DROUGHT
NEW REPORT RELEASED BY ACTIONAID USA
PARTICIPANTS CAN DIAL (800) 944-8766
TELECONFERENCE CODE: 39756
WHAT: On the eve of the US Department of Agriculture’s latest crop estimates, and amidst global concerns about the impact of the U.S. drought on food prices and the economy, diverse experts weigh in on findings from a newly released study by ActionAid:Fueling the Food Crisis: The Cost to Developing Countries of U.S. Corn Ethanol Expansion.
WHEN: October 10, 2012 at 10:00 am
HOW:Dial (800) 944-8766, Teleconference Code: 39756
- Kristin Sundell, Policy Analyst, ActionAid USA
- Timothy A. Wise, Director of the Research and Policy Program at the Global Development and Environment Institute, Tufts University
- Marlo Lewis, Senior Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute
- Damon Wells, Vice President of Government Affairs, National Turkey Federation
Patricia Brooks, firstname.lastname@example.org; +1 (202) 351-1757
> Interview Marlo Lewis
BATTERED BUSINESS BUREAU - RYAN YOUNG
Openmarket.org: CEI’s Battered Business Bureau: The Week In Regulation
This week in the world of regulation:
- Last week, 88 new final rules were published, up from 71 the previous week.
- That’s the equivalent of a new regulation every 1 hour and 55 minutes — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- All in all, 2,949 final rules have been published in the Federal Register this year.
- If this keeps up, the total tally for 2012 will be 3,868 new rules.
>Read the full report analysis on Openmarket.org
> Interview Ryan Young
> See related: Federal Regulations A Red-Tape Wreck For Manufacturing
Profiles in Liberty: Chris Horner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute
Christopher C. Horner serves as a Senior Fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. As an attorney in Washington, DC, Horner has represented CEI as well as scientists and Members of the U.S. House and Senate on matters of environmental policy in the federal courts including the Supreme Court.
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