CEI Weekly: New Study on EPA Incompetence

July 12th, 2013



Feature: CEI Web Memo: EPA's Woeful Deadline Performance Raises Questions About Agency Competence, Climate Change Regulations, "Sue and Settle"

 FEATURE: New Study on EPA Incompetence


This week, CEI released a report by William Yeatman on the Environmental Protection Agency's persistent failure to meet deadlines for its statutory responsibilities. Since 1993, only 2 percent of Clean Air Act regulations were promulgated on time; and late regulations were an average of almost six years late. Today, EPA continues to be six years behind on its nondiscretionary responsibilties; yet, at the behest of the environmentalist lobby, EPA has taken on new discretionary responsibilities. Read more about Yeatman's research here.





Europe's Lessons on Austerity Success

Matthew Melchiorre's op-ed in The Orange County Register


Why Lebron James Should Be Rooting Against Obamacare

John Berlau's op-ed in Forbes


Beware the Myth of European Austerity

Matthew Melchiorre's op-ed in The U.S. News & World Report


E-Verify Exposes the Hypocrisy in Republican Free Market Rhetoric

David Bier's op-ed in Forbes


Regulatory Inflation

Ryan Young's op-ed in The American Spectator


Approaching Economic Stall Speed

Wayne Crews & Ryan Young's citation in The Washington Times