Mercurial Regulators Making Fishy Calculations

24 March 2015 The Wall Street Journal Publication

The Wall Street Journal

Partner Brian Potts contributed an opinion editorial piece for The Wall Street Journal, “Mercurial Regulators Making Fishy Calculations,” on March 24, 2015. The article discussed the Environmental Protection Agency’s Mercury and Air Toxics Standards for power plants, which requires U.S. power plants to emit about 75% less mercury starting in 2016. In the piece, Potts analyzes the EPA’s 1600:1 cost-benefit ratio and the justifications provided by the EPA.

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