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  • NinjaKlaus

    I'm more concerned with the water rules than anything else, they feel broadly worded. As for the EPA, I can see why limits need to happen, if you lump large burdens on companies that didn't have them before and they either have to spend billions implementing new procedures or cave under the cost and go out of business, then you have a system where a major supply of electricity in America is put under even more stress than it already is. That will lead to higher costs for you the consumer, and that leads to more problems for the lesser paid American who now has a doubled or tripled power bill and wages at 1990 levels. For the democrats this was a lose lose situation, you displease the environment now and put us all in jeopardy in the future or you piss off your base constituents in the future anyway.

    I'm not saying I disagree with all of the EPA but sometimes their reach is long and their good is negligible. I think we'd be better off though focusing on taking tax breaks from the old industry and moving them to renewables like wind and solar to encourage more and faster work in those areas.

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