Statement by Governor Walker on President Obama's Costly Power Plan
Manchester, N.H. – Governor Scott Walker today slammed the Obama administration's final rule of far-reaching regulations on existing U.S. power plants unveiled this morning. Walker sent a letter to the president on May 21, 2015 stating the proposal was "riddled with inaccuracies, questionable assumptions and deficiencies that make the development of a responsible state plan unworkable."
"President Obama's plan should be called the Costly Power Plan because it will cost hard-working Americans jobs and raise their energy rates," said Walker. "It will be like a buzz saw on the nation's economy. I will stand up for American workers and stop the Costly Power Plan."
Scott Walker, Statement by Governor Walker on President Obama's Costly Power Plan Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/310404