Environmental Protection Agency

Smog Dumper Illinois Has a Conniption After EPA’s Wisconsin Ruling

For years, Chicago, Northwest Indiana and parts south and north have been sending their pollution to Wisconsin, particularly southeast Wisconsin. The Badger State and its economy have long had to pay for somebody else’s smog, through draconian U.S. Environmental Protection Agency air pollution standards that have unfairly put clean Wisconsin on the dirty air list. 

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Trump EPA Scuttles Costly Obama-era “Clean Power Plan”

The study also found that the CPP would have cost Wisconsin 21,000 jobs and increased the average household electric bill by $225 per year and the average commercial business electric bill by $1,530 per year. The average Wisconsin factory would be hit with an extra $105,094 per year in higher energy costs if the CPP were implemented.

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