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The Environmental Protection Agency acknowledges its new mercury regulation for coal-fired power plants will be the most expensive in history, costing more than $10 billion annually. Yet incredibly, agency officials are still touting the rule as economic stimulus. "Every model that we run shows that it would actually create jobs," EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said last year. The problem is...

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