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Efforts have begun to Withdraw the Clean Power Plant Rule set in place by the Previous Administration

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October 9th 2017

While speaking to coal minter in Kentucky today he said “The war against coal is over.”

“Tomorrow, in Washington D.C., I’ll be a signing a proposed rule to withdraw the so-called Clean Power Plan of the past administration, and thus begin the effort to withdraw that rule,” Pruitt said. The Clean Power Plan will work on repealing the rule limiting greenhouse gas emissions from existing power plants.

Pruitt said his agency will publish the new proposed rule on Tuesday.

 

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