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Opponents Of Paint Industry Petition Call For Repeal Of Data Quality Act

August 06, 2004
Academics who support environmental regulation are citing a recent data quality challenge by the paint industry that urges EPA to reject state ozone plans in their argument that the federal law allowing such challenges should be repealed. The Center for Progressive Regulation (CPR) argues in a recent letter to EPA and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) that the industry challenge demonstrates how the Information Quality Act (IQA) can be used to delay regulations intended to protect public health...


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