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CHART: The EPA's proposed new regulations on power plants cut some states a break

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North Dakota caught a break from the Environmental Protection Agency on Monday. Even as the EPA set a nationwide goal of reducing carbon dioxide emissions from power plants 30 percent below 2005 levels by 2030, it gave some states a much lower target percentage. For North Dakota, that means cutting emissions by just 10.6 percent. Other states that got a break include coal-heavy Kentucky, West...

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