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EPA-hating EPA chief Pruitt gets court okay to weaken or end plan to control Utah's coal-plant haze

A federal appeals court Monday granted the Trump regime’s request to stop implementation of an Obama era Environmental Protection Agency plan requiring new pollution controls at two of the nation’s oldest and dirtiest coal-fired power plants in Utah. The plan was designed as part of the EPA’s “regional haze rule” promulgated under the 1990 Clean Air Act amendments.
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