Rand Paul to EPA: Don’t protect Kentucky

If there was one form of disastrous pollution you would think everyone would readily agree the Environmental Protection Agency should regulate, it would be mountaintop removal coal mining. It’s hard to think of a modern industrial practice that does more damage than the one that blows up the top of mountains, fills up stream beds and valleys, and poisons the local water supply.

From How the World Works – Salon.com

Does Senator Paul care about the property rights of the people who will live downstream and downwind of the coal mining operations?