Should We Keep Reducing Air Pollution?

Writing in the Washington Post, Joel Schwartz of the American Enterprise Institute says:

…in the real world, the costs of air pollution control mean higher prices, lower wages and lower returns on investments, reducing the resources we have available for everything else that affects our health, safety and quality of life. If our air is already safe to breathe, then the EPA’s never ending war on air pollution is costing us much and providing little in return.

But is our air already safe to breathe? Read the entire piece here to find out.

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