CEI Podcast for November 23, 2011: The Most Expensive Regulation of All Time?

by Ryan Young on November 23, 2011

in Energy, Environment, Health and Illness, Podcast, Regulation

Have a listen here.

What is the single most expensive regulation of all time? Energy Policy Analyst William Yeatman has one candidate: the EPA’s proposal to regulate mercury emissions from coal-powered plants. If it passes, the regulation would cost at least ten billion dollars per year to benefit a very small group of people: pregnant women who have subsistence-level income, and eat mostly large fish caught in inland freshwater bodies.

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