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EPA Quietly Passes New ‘Climate Change’ Regulations On Household Appliances

Will the EPA turn off their air conditioning and refrigerators at their offices until replacement refrigerants can be implemented? Obviously, that’s rhetorical (Daily Caller) While media coverage Monday largely focused
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