by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
If you remember a recent John Locke Foundation presentation from JunkScience.com founder Steve Milloy, you might be interested in this new development:
Just introduced North Carolina Senate Bill 187 would make EPA’s PM2.5 experiments on humans a serious felony.
This state law would ban the experiments being conducted by North Carolina-licensed physicians at the EPA lab at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
Forgotten the controversy? Here’s a brief summary:
If the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has deemed a particular air pollutant to be so dangerous that any exposure to that pollutant could cause death within hours, why did the EPA conduct tests on more than 40 people in North Carolina involving exposure to high levels of that pollutant?
Steve Milloy, founder and publisher of JunkScience.com, wants to know. He’s filed a complaint with the N.C. Medical Board in connection with the tests involving the EPA and UNC-Chapel Hill.
You’ll find much more detail here.