Agency: Oil, gas rules will bring ‘historic’ pollution improvements

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I’m tired of the “greenies” attitude of the sky is falling or “clogging” if you will.

I am old enough to remember the pollution problems of the 60’s and 70’s, before catalytic converters on cars etc. We had a real smog / pollution problem back then. Over the past 30 years we have made huge strides in cleaning up our environment. Listening to the “greenies” you would think we are getting worse, not better.

We are fast approaching the “inverse square law” when it comes to environmental issues. The inverse square law basically states that 4 times the effort only gains you 1 times the change.

Continuing increases in environmental regulation will just fuel inflation and make it harder to find a job or pay basic bills for the 99%.

Thank goodness the AQCC is taking steps to protect all of our health. If I have to pay a few more dollars a year for gas but keep my health, it’s worth it.

I’m old enough too, and have also looked at the reports, I remember industry at the time fighting the Clean Air Act (amendments that dealt with mobile sources signed by President Nixon) predicting all manner of calamity.  Talk about Chicken Littles—its the oil and gas lobbyists that claim any improvement in public health and safety will somehow doom the world’s richest industry.

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