I see the Job Creators are gearing up to assault that most private of private property rights... your right to protect your body by breathing unpolluted air.
Anybody notice that the most strenuous defenders of "private property" seem unconcerned with the degradation and theft of the basic property rights of everybody else?
Good times!The Crazy Theory About Smog That's Gaining Ground in the White House
It was known as the Great Pea Soup. In 1952, a thick, greenish-yellow fog smothered London, halting traffic and daily life. At the time, when households burned cheap coal for heat, factories spewed unregulated smoke, and buses burned diesel fuel, Londoners were used to a certain degree of greasy haze. But the Great Smog or Big Smoke, as this 1952 pea-souper was also known, was unprecedented. Bitterly cold air "soaked up the pollution and held it like a blanket over the city" for four days straight, according to the Daily Mail. Twelve thousand people died.
I assume that creative Job Creators will figure out how to bottle and sell clean air.