By Liz Wood 

Wyoming ignored in public EPA sessions

 


The Environmental Protection Agency held public sessions on its regulations for carbon emissions for new coal-fired plants and not one session was scheduled in the top 10 coal producing states, including Wyoming.

On Sept. 20, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed what U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis called severe regulations on carbon emissions from new coal-fired power plants.

Lummis joined several House of Representative colleagues in introducing the Ensure Reliable and Affordable Energy Act.

The bill would require that 80 percent of non U.S. global carbon emissions be regulated...



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