Joel Schwartz is a Senior Fellow in the Environment Program at Reason Foundation. Before joining Reason, Joel was the Executive Ofï¬cer of the California Inspection and Main-tenance Review Committee, the state agency charged with evaluating California's Smog Check program and advising the legislature and governor on Smog Check policy. Joel previously worked as a Senior Policy Analyst with the Legislative Analyst's Ofï¬ce in Sacramento, con-sulted for the RAND Corporation and the South Coast Air Quality Management District, and served as the ï¬rst Staff Scientist at the Coalition for Clean Air, in Los Angeles. Joel earned a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from Cornell Uni-versity and a Master of Science in Planetary Science from the California Institute of Technology. He lives in Sacra-mento, California.
Exaggerating risk no better than ignoring real air problems
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How advocacy groups mislead public on pollution
Report overstates exposure