A 3 judge panel voted 2-1 to tell the EPA that it cannot implement its heavy-handed rule that could have shut down many power plants across the U.S.. The indefinite suspension of the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule is a victory for utilities and other companies that own aging coal-fired power plants and have sought to weaken or postpone federal air pollution limits.
Looks like the EPA’s plan to cause massive brownouts across the U.S. has been stopped… For Now.
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