Study: PM2.5 Rule Would Inflict Economic Damage

A new study commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers finds that the U.S. EPA’s proposal to impose tougher regulations on particulate matter (known as PM2.5) would cost the U.S. as much as $197 billion in lost economic activity and 973,900 fewer jobs.

Read NAM’s press release, which quotes OMA President Ryan Augsburger, and this story by FOX Business.

The OMA has been a key NAM partner in opposing the PM2.5 proposal. See these quotes from the OMA and others, as well as this one-page summary. 5/10/2023