EPA Shuts Down Real Mine for Its Hypothetical Pollution

Written by Gary North on August 17, 2012

Ever alert to possible environmental problems, the Environmental Protection Agency has closed a mine in Alaska under the Clean Water Act. The mine was not polluting anything. It had not yet begun operations. But the EPA thought that it could, in theory, pollute. So, the EPA shut it down. “Nip it in the bud!” Under […]

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