Lisa Jackson, who presided over the promulgation of an explosive growth of regulations at EPA announced today that she is stepping down
Jackson’s tenure at EPA has been marked by controversy. Jackson is widely viewed as the chief architect of the Obama administration’s “wars” on energy, coal and climate. Jackson routinely ventured beyond the authority given her by Congress as she broadened Clean Air Act to define CO2 as a pollutant and used trace amount of mercury to thwart electricity generation.
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Let us hope President Obama uses Lisa Jackson’s resignation as an opportunity to move EPA back to the constructive center and not as an opportunity to reward Green campaigners for their political support in the recent U.S. elections. America cannot afford to add to the crushing regulatory burden Lisa Jackson leaves behind her.