The size of these costs for Florida alone is reason enough to justify this action, but when you consider the fact that 49 other states could be subjected to similar scientifically unsound criteria, it is all the more pressing that the EPA revisits these standards. … The work done to fight the EPA’s Florida NNC rule should be carried out in way that considers the damage its enforcement would have on the citizens of the rest of the nation. #

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