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States still fighting for flexibility in enforcing EPA coal regulations

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Power regulators across the country have requested that the Environmental Protection Agency provide states flexibility in determining how to comply with upcoming carbon emissions regulations for existing coal-fired power plants. The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners adopted a resolution on November 20 that urged the EPA to allow states to “lead the creation of emission...

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