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New E.P.A. Rollback of Coal Pollution Takes a Major Step Forward

Andrew Wheeler, the acting administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, on Monday signed a plan to weaken regulation of coal-fired power plants, advancing a proposal that the coal industry has hailed as an end to burdensome regulation and environmentalists have criticized as a retreat in the battle to address climate change.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018
The New York Times
Topics: 
Donald Trump
Environment
Climate Change
Author Info: Lisa Friedman
Teaser Text: 
Andrew Wheeler, the acting administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, on Monday signed a plan to weaken regulation of coal-fired power plants, advancing a proposal that the coal industry has hailed as an end to burdensome regulation and environmentalists have criticized as a retreat in the battle to address climate change.
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