The Environmental Protection Agency recently finalized two new transparency-related rules. The stated purpose of the rule “Increasing Consistency in Considering Benefits and Costs in the Clean Air Act Rulemaking Process” is “to codify procedural best practices for the preparation, development, presentation, and consideration of BCA in regulatory decision-making under the CAA.” The rule “Strengthening Transparency in Pivotal Science Underlying Significant Regulatory Actions and Influential Scientific Information” is intended to help shed light on the science used and disseminated by the agency. Both rules have garnered both praise and criticism, and there is significant confusion over what they would actually do. In this live podcast, subject-area experts discuss the rules and examine their likely real-world impact.
- Rachel Jones, Vice President, Energy and Resources Policy, National Association of Manufacturers
- Clint Woods, Policy Fellow for Regulations, Americans for Prosperity
- [Moderator] Daren Bakst, Senior Research Fellow, Heritage Foundation
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