This text seeks to show that the EPA's expansion of the Clean Air Act is based on faulty science that has been used to misrepresent the health benefits of the standards recently approved by President Clinton.
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Michael Fumento, a noted science correspondent and author, is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. His commentaries have appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and other newspapers. He has lectured on science and health issues throughout the world. His television appearances include ABC's "Good Morning America," "NBC Nightly News," "Crossfire," "MacNeil Lehrer," and "Donohue."
He was the 1994 Warren T. Brookes Fellow in Environmental Journalism at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, a fellow with Consumer Alert, and a science writer for Reason magazine. He is also the author of The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS (Basic Books, 1990; rev. ed. Regnery Gateway, 1993), Science Under Siege (Morrow, 1993), and The Fat of the Land (Viking, 1997).Review:
Michael Fumento is among America's most conscientious observers of Washington's regulatory establishment, a watchdog whom the bureaucrats rightly fear. -- Rep. Thomas Bliley, U.S. House Commerce Committee
Michael Fumento's Polluted Science conclusively shows that the EPA's new particulate and ozone regulations may be among the worst ever promulgated by a federal agency. All legislators concerned with the health of their constituents and the health of the economy need to read-and heed-this book and vote against what Fumento so aptly calls 'regulation for regulation's sake.' -- Rep. David McIntosh, chairman, U.S. House National Economic Growth, Natural Resources, and Regulatory Affairs Subcommittee
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