Via The Hill:
The White House announced Friday that it is shelving a major planned Environmental Protection Agency regulation that would have tightened smog standards, dealing a huge blow to environmentalists that had pushed the Obama administration to resist industry pressure to abandon the regulation.
In a statement, President Obama said that the rule is being shelved because he is wary of imposing regulatory burdens during the economic recovery.
When Scott Brown voted to prevent the EPA from regulating certain emissions (not sure if exactly the same as the regulations just dropped by Obama), the “non-partisan” League of Women Voters ran ads against Brown, featuring wheezing and gasping children:
So to prove its non-partisanship, the League will now run anti-Obama ads featuring sick children, right?
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