Seven years after the U.S. Congress ordered the Environmental Protection Agency to conduct a cost-benefit analysis of the Clean Air Act, the EPA submitted a report greatly exaggerating its achievements. The agencys 1999 follow-up study on air pollution continues to place bureaucratic imperatives above the search for truth.
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