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Bruce Lee and the Clean Air Act

August 19, 2013

Bruce Lee and the Clean Air ActI wonder what Bruce Lee would think about the Clean Air Act?

►   “Simplicity is the key to brilliance.”—Bruce Lee 

►   “In building a statue, a sculptor doesn’t keep adding clay to his subject. Actually, he keeps chiselling away at the inessentials until the truth of its creation is revealed without obstructions.”—Bruce Lee 

►   “To me, the extraordinary aspect of martial arts lies in its simplicity. The easy way is also the right way, and martial arts is nothing at all special; the closer to the true way of martial arts, the less wastage of expression there is.—Bruce Lee   

►   “It is not a daily increase, but a daily decrease.  The height of cultivation always runs to simplicity.” —Bruce Lee

Time to transform the SIP process.  We can make it happen.


 Comments on the Clean Air Act

  • “I hate that each sector has 17 to 20 rules that govern each piece of equipment and you’ve got to be a neuroscientist to figure it out”. –Gina McCarthy, U.S. EPA Administrator
  • “The Clean Air Act is a lengthy and complex federal law” –Florida Department of Environmental Protection
  • “The federal Clean Air Act (CAA) alone has been referred to as the most complicated statute in history. The statutory complexity is compounded by the thousands of pages of federal regulations and the overlapping statutes and regulations adopted by each individual state.” –Erich Brich writing for the American Bar Association
  • “The Clean Air Act – one of the most complex and extensive pieces of federal environmental legislation.” –Center on Congress—Indiana University
  •  “The Clean Air Act is complicated and contentious”. —Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
  • “The Clean Air Act (CAA) is a comprehensive and complex piece of environmental legislation”. – NASDA
  • “The statute and its regulatory offshoots are very complicated.”  —U.S. Department of Justice

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