Tozzi backs bolstering existing data laws over EPA 'secret science' rule

May 4, 2018
Former White House Office of Management & Budget (OMB) regulatory review chief Jim Tozzi is opposing EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's proposed “secret science” rule to bar use of data in decisions if it is not publicly available, countering that a more effective way to improve transparency would be to bolster two existing data laws. Tozzi, now head of the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness that independently analyzes federal rules, told a May 2 American Bar Association (ABA) regulatory discussion that EPA...

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