The process used by EPA already utilizes a public process for each and every rule it promulgates. If you care about a particular rule then read the proposed rules, provide comments during comment period, make FIA requests as necessary, and challenge the scientific conclusions. Indeed, opponent groups have used these tools to good effect for years. I believe the new law would lower the bar for opponents to the point that any "opinion", no matter how unqualified, could itself refute the science behind a proposed rule. The EPA's job to protect health and the environment is already hard enough. Unless we want to see rivers burning again then leave the EPA to its mission unimpeded.