U.S. Bill Would Restrict EPA Authority on Climate, Renewables
10:20 AM MST | February 16, 2010 | KARA SISSELL
House lawmakers recently introduced a bill that would limit EPA’s authority to control greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions using its existing authority under the Clean Air Act. The bill would also prevent EPA from including the anticipated of impact of certain land-use changes when calculating the GHG related benefits of U.S. renewable fuels mandates. The bill proposed by three farm-state lawmakers is the latest effort by lawmakers in Congress to prevent EPA regulating GHGs before Congress can act. Chemical industry representatives say a top priority this year...
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