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Coal Regs A Laughing Matter to EPA

In testimony to a congressional subcommittee in October 2011, the American Coal Council noted that an increasing number of coal generators were shutting down their power plants because they couldn’t meet environmental objectives: “Why are some folks gleeful about that?” … Continue reading

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EPA Under Investigation

The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General says it will investigate whether EPA officials — including Administrator Lisa Jackson — used alias email accounts to conduct official government business, thereby shielding those communications from Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) … Continue reading

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Falling Over the “Regulatory Cliff”

The Environmental Protection Agency on Friday issued its first major regulation since the Nov. 6 election, imposing new air quality rules on soot pollution in what critics called evidence of a post-election “regulatory cliff.” TheĀ EPA rule reduces by 20 percent … Continue reading

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