Report: EPA Failed to Develop Required Cost and Benefit Analyses and to Assess Air Quality Impacts on Children's Health for Proposed Glider Repeal Rule Allowing Used Engines in Heavy-Duty Trucks
Report #20-P-0047, December 5, 2019
The EPA's actions regarding the proposed Glider Repeal Rule lacked transparency and deprived the public of required information. This report was updated on February 13, 2020, to reflect the correct action official and title in the transmittal memorandum.
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