Tag Archives: National Association of Manufacturers

New Report Highlights Flaws of President’s Ozone Plan

EPA-300The plan from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to dramatically tighten federal ozone limits will impose new and damaging regulatory restrictions across nearly 90 percent of Colorado’s economy, and also threatens to make traffic congestion even worse in the Denver metropolitan area. That’s according to a new Continue reading

National Organization Airs Ads Opposing EPA Proposal

EPA-300A statewide Colorado television spot launched yesterday by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) highlights the costly economic impact the state will feel from the Obama Administration’s proposed ozone regulation. The ad follows two recent national television spots by the NAM as part of a growing Continue reading

National Report Shows EPA Regs Would Hurt Colorado Economy

EPA-300The National Association of Manufacturers last week issued a national report that laid out the projected economic impact to each state if the restrictive ozone regulations proposed last November by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are implemented. For Colorado, the study estimated that the rules would cost the Continue reading

National Manufacturing Group Testifies Against EPA Rules

namThe National Association of Manufacturers was one of the organizations that testified at the EPA hearings on carbon emission rules yesterday in Washington D.C.  Ross Eisenberg, Vice President of Energy and Continue reading