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Senator works to suspend GHG rule


June 24, 2010
By Wall Street Journal

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June 24, 2010, Washington,
DC – As U.S. Senate lawmakers attempt to determine the fate of energy
legislation, an influential Democrat is boosting efforts to suspend a
controversial greenhouse-gas rule passed earlier this year by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency.


June 24, 2010, Washington,
DC – As U.S. Senate lawmakers attempt to determine the fate of energy
legislation, an influential Democrat is boosting efforts to suspend a
controversial greenhouse-gas rule passed earlier this year by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency
.

After introducing a bill
to impose a two-year halt on the new EPA rule, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, a Democrat
from coal-rich West Virginia, is now working to round up supporters for his legislation.

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