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Political, legal problems for next president piling up at the EPA

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Regardless of whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney is inaugurated president in January 2013, it appears the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is going to be a source of continuing headaches. First, there is Congress, especially Sen. Jim Inhofe, the Oklahoma Republican who would become chairman of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee if his party wins a majority of the upper...

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