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Senator Introduces Bill to Delay EPA GHG Action

10:48 PM MST | March 7, 2010 | Vincent Valk

U.S. Senator Jay Rockefeller (D., West Virginia) has introduced a bill to delay the implementation of U.S. EPA greenhouse gas (GHG) regulation for stationary sources the senator's office announced today. The bill would delay EPA permitting requirements for stationary GHG emissions sources, including chemical facilities, for two years, "giving Congress the time it needs to address an issue as complicated and expansive as our energy future," Rockefeller says. The rules are scheduled to be phased-in starting next year and ending around 2016, according to...

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