Milloy: Federal judge overturns EPA human experiments case

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by Steve Milloy, Senior Policy Fellow
Washington Times

It’s a good thing the U.S Public Health Service called off the infamous Tuskegee syphilis experiments in 1972. Had someone sued to stop the horror, a federal judge like Anthony Trenga might have stopped the suit — not the experiments.

That’s precisely what Judge Trenga did on Jan. 31 in the case of the American Tradition Institute v. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The American Tradition Institute sued the EPA in October to stop an ongoing experiment in which the agency was exposing elderly study subjects (up to 75 years of age) to concentrated levels of a deadly (according to EPA) air pollutant known as PM2.5 (soot or dust much smaller than the width of a human hair).

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2013-10-10T16:04:49+00:00February 13th, 2013|EPA 2.5 Human Experimentation Suit, Media Coverage, Milloy|