Nick Loris writes in The Hill that America needs to trust energy innovators more than regulators.
- The Supreme Court’s ruling in West Virginia vs. EPA has reaffirmed Congress’ authority to enact major economic and climate policies.
- The United States can meaningfully reduce emissions by trusting energy innovators more than bureaucratic regulators.
- Policymakers should look to unleash private sector innovation by reducing regulatory hurdles and enacting pro-growth economic policies.
“West Virginia vs. EPA should signal a time for Congress to reassert its authority and provide the policy foundation for innovators to meet our energy needs and mitigate the risk of global climate change.”
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