(Worthy News) – Ten Republican-led states sued Thursday to block President Biden’s executive order that would require agencies to calculate the social cost of carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide when enacting regulations.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry led nine other states in filing the lawsuit, and said the president’s move will cost American jobs and burden the public.
“With the stroke of his pen — Joe Biden is bypassing our elected representatives to impose the Left’s radical, self-defeating green agenda on the American economy and people,” he said. “This ‘social cost’ overreach revives an Obama-era scheme that unnecessarily forces the monetary cost of a global issue on American governments, businesses, and families.” [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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