One of the downsides of having tens of thousands of bureaucrats mucking up the works in Washington is that they always need to appear busy. The obvious way to do that is to simply continue cranking out more and more regulations.
The byproduct of this eager-beaver approach to inflating one's worth at the good old EPA is the new-look of the window price stickers on new cars beginning in 2013.
It's the EPA's answer to the Surgeon General's warning on a pack of cigarettes. To read more about it, go to my blog at Interest.com. Here's the link: