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Lawmakers and industry say EPA regulation would stop construction of power plants

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Lawmakers are growing increasingly critical of a proposed carbon emissions rule from the Environmental Protection Agency because they say the technology on which it relies isn't commercially viable. The EPA rule essentially would prohibit construction of new coal-fired power plants unless they install "carbon capture and sequestration," or CCS, technology. CCS generally receives heavy...

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