Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park is a pristine display of natural beauty. Starting this year, however, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will give a new designation: “Out of Compliance.”
The EPA recently proposed new regulations that would dramatically lower ozone emission standards. Under the outlandish new standard, as many as 100 state and national parks, including Yellowstone, would fail the air quality test. And the compliance costs for public authorities and private businesses will number in the hundreds of billions of dollars.