The Environmental Protection Agency, known as the EPA, should go back to the drawing board on many of its rules, but the most egregious of all its pending proposals must be the Utility MACT rule. The rule will cost billions per year for health and environmental benefits that, upon closer examination, are wildly overestimated—but the EPA is intent on moving forward anyway. This is because Utility MACT isn’t about protecting people or the environment; it’s about getting rid of coal.