Climate change debate

The EPA has statutory authority  to regulate pollutants.  By defining carbon dioxide as a pollutant, the EPA has ignored the legal definition of pollutant, and has exceeded its authority by regulating it.  If they can define anything as a pollutant, they would have unlimited authority to regulate anything they choose.  That was never the  legislative intent.  The EPA has clearly exceeded its statutory authority and Congress should de-fund this rogue agency.

The attached article provides further support for the premise that carbon dioxide is not a pollutant.


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