You are quite clearly suggesting that the EPA should be able to operate without due process.
I am not. I am suggesting that the standard of evidence for EPA regulations should be "preponderance of evidence" (i.e., how issues are decided in civil cases) and not "proof" (similar to the standard for criminal cases) which would hamstring the EPA and cause harm by allowing industry to pollute with impunity because "proof" is impossible. The "preponderance of evidence" standard still counts as due process.
As to things being challengeable in court now, are they? Many government agencies have shown reluctance to provide evidence for their actions.
We're talking about the EPA. Has the EPA done that?
And really, you have no business enacting any policy on scientific grounds unless that science has been tested and the entirety of the study is open to public audit.
Okay, so what counts as "tested?" If "testing" requires waiting until the harm has already occurred and then saying "yep, there's the harm" then you can fuck right off because that's not reasonable. And that unreasonable standard is what the assholes pushing these bills want.
And saying this is all about "corporations" etc is complete tribalistic horseshit. You should be ashamed of yourself. Civil rights and civil rights indifferent to whomever they refer to. You're not going to tell me that people you don't like are not entitled to civil right are you?
Corporations are not people. And if you disagree, you can fuck right off about that too.
Corporations are property. And property is owned by people with rights.
And people give up some of those rights in return for the limited liability afforded by incorporation. You don't like it? Then don't fucking incorporate!
What, you thought incorporating was a "have your cake and eat it too" kind of situation, with no downside? That incorporating lets you reap all the benefits of your actions, while shedding all the responsibility for them? Well isn't that just a nice little pile of fascist horseshit.
Nobody's stopping anyone from forming (regular, i.e., not "limited") partnerships and exercising their civil rights all they want. Of course, if they don't want to do that because they're afraid of being held accountable for their sociopathic actions, then that's just too damn bad for them and I have no sympathy at all.