AFPM Supports House Ozone Implementation Act

Despite opposition from thousands of elected officials, state agencies, businesses, community groups and other stakeholders, EPA pressed ahead with its tighter ozone standards from 75 parts per billion (ppb) to 70 ppb on October 1st last year – a move that is expected...

/ May 18, 2016

With New Ozone Rule, EPA Proves It’s Living On Another Planet

After months of speculation, EPA has issued its new standard for ground-level ozone, lowering the standard from 75 parts per billion to 70ppb – ignoring common sense and on-the-ground realities in the process.

/ October 1, 2015

How Obama’s Ozone Plan Will Stop Ohio’s Economic Recovery

This week, the Center for Regulatory Solutions has published a report on how the Obama administration’s ozone plan will affect Ohio’s economy, and the findings make grim reading.

/ August 24, 2015

Fresno: a no-car zone thanks to ozone?

The more stringent ozone rule proposed by EPA would, if implemented, significantly alter the day-to-day lives of people and businesses across the US. Nowhere is this more clearly seen than in Fresno, where residents may have to stop using their...

/ February 12, 2015