Texas Officials Applaud Decision To S...

Texas Officials Applaud Decision To Scrap Clean-Air Regulation

There are 1 comment on the KWTX story from Sep 3, 2011, titled Texas Officials Applaud Decision To Scrap Clean-Air Regulation. In it, KWTX reports that:

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, which is in charge of enforcing state environmental regulations, applauded President Barack Obama's decision to scrap a tougher clean-air regulation under which the Waco area could have been placed in nonattainment status.

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Two Stepper

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Sep 3, 2011
Oh please Nobama's EPA has written 75 new regs in the 21 months he's been in office. It's a political ploy by Nobama and you just don't get it? Since Mexihole refuses to clean up its' air, what 's the point of any neighboring U.S. states knocking themselves out? Good grief the Feds paid $1,500 for each of the Mexican trucks so their trucks would pass the muster, before overtaking our highways. I'm sick to death of the Feds misusing our money, period!

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