EPA Ruling on Carbon Dioxide
Posted by Admin SATXProperty on Saturday, July 16th, 2011 at 10:44pm.
Statement by Gov. Rick Perry Regarding EPA Ruling on Carbon DioxideDecember 07, 2009
AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry today issued the following statement regarding the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ruling on the danger of carbon dioxide:
“It is unconscionable that unelected bureaucrats at the EPA have declared carbon dioxide a public danger despite a lack of scientific evidence to support their ruling. This action should be of grave concern to all Americans, especially Texans, in light of the recent “Climategate” scandal, which uncovered data had been manipulated and destroyed in order to falsely show a preordained result.
“We have already seen a sweeping expansion of federal authority, federal takeovers and federal spending under the Obama Administration. Today’s ruling continues a pattern of aggressive federal encroachment into every farm, business, church and household in America.
“EPA’s own data shows that Texas’ carbon dioxide emissions have fallen more than any other state this decade due in large part to a regulatory environment that has encouraged the use of alternative sources of energy and cleaner power generation through flexible and science based permitting and monitoring. The federal government should be following Texas’ model of innovation and competition, not burdensome and costly mandates.”
- Gov. Perry issues statement regarding EPA ruling on danger of carbon dioxide
- The ruling continues a pattern of aggressive federal encroachment into the lives of Americans
- The federal government should follow Texas' model of innovation and competition rather than costly mandates
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