EPA Touts The Health Benefits Of Shivering In The Dark While Unemployed

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WASHINGTON — In a step that officials said would save lives, the Obama administration on Friday announced new air quality standards intended to reduce the amount of soot that can be released into the air. Environmental groups and public health advocates welcomed the move by the Environmental Protection Agency, saying it would protect millions of Americans at risk for soot-related asthma attacks, lung cancer, heart disease and premature death. But congressional Republicans and industry officials called the proposal overly strict and said it could hurt economic growth and cause job losses in areas where pollution levels are determined to be too high. Perhaps wary of the rule’s political risk, the administration had sought to delay the new soot standards until after the November elections. But a federal judge ordered officials to act sooner after 11 states filed a lawsuit seeking a decision this year. (read more at LewistonSunJournal)

2 Comments on "EPA Touts The Health Benefits Of Shivering In The Dark While Unemployed"

  1. Bill Jones | June 18, 2012 at 1:55 PM |

    Plus, the shivering will burn more calories and help in the War against Fat People.

  2. Hi Bill- They want to slim everybody down so they can use smaller caliber bullets during mob actions.

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