Blue Engine’s David Di Martino Discusses SCOTUS Mercury Ruling in the Washington Post


Calling out those who have ignored the facts following the Supreme Court’s very specific ruling that the Environmental Protection Agency must undertake additional analyses for its mercury pollution safeguards, Blue Engine partner David Di Martino tells the Washington Post that, “The reality is it’s in the best interest of everyone who likes to breathe that this decision has a very narrow focus.” Di Martino also said, “The opposition is conflating it to be some sort of end all, be all about air pollution rules and the Clean Air Act… Anyone who’s been around the environmental movement for the last 40 years understands that facts are more valuable than money. The other side has a lot of money to spin this decision into something that it’s not, but ultimately the facts will carry the day.”
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