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Obama Administration’s “Costly Power” Plan put on Trial

http://setexasrecord.com/stories/511013719-federal-court-hears-arguments-in-epa-clean-power-plan-case A coalition of states argued in federal court that the EPA has overstepped its authority with proposed emission standards that would require states such as West Virginia to revamp its primary energy source and economic model. On Sept. 27, … Continue reading ?
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