…and have outlived their usefulness.
Our air today is orders of magnitude cleaner than anyone could’ve expected in the 50s-70s. I can still remember the Carnegie library having the soot power-washed off it…(building in “Flashdance” for out-of-towners)…I had no idea that stone construction was’t naturally black.
Recently, my home state has been hit by losses in coal mining and burning, due to NPRM in re: power plants. I think, any pol who aims to put hard-working brothers and sisters out of a job should at least have the [intestitudinal fortitude] to likewise put their own on the line, not hide behind a non-elected regulatory agency’s apron strings.
@Cigroller: you really are “OK” with the state of CA passing RETROACTIVE emissions controls, applicable to out-of-state rigs engaged in interstate commerce? Including Canadian rigs…passing foreign policy? And the EPA’s Amicus brief in support? Blood, and beverages, have been spilt over less…