Obama adviser confident coal industry can be wrecked with new EPA rules before 2nd term ends

Politico reports:

White House energy adviser Heather Zichal said Thursday she is confident the EPA can finish its climate change regulations before the end of President Barack Obama’s second term — and she said the agency will soon reach out to the power industry and others that would feel the effects.

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2 thoughts on “Obama adviser confident coal industry can be wrecked with new EPA rules before 2nd term ends”

  1. Good day to shutdown coal plants in northeast. The loss of AC would help out with the growing elderly problem.

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