A Closer Look At EPA's Proposed Coal Ash Rule

By Steven Burns (May 3, 2018, 1:20 PM EDT) -- Did you hear the administration is trying to roll back the regulations governing coal combustion residuals? That once the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is done with the CCR rule, there will be nothing left?

One could be forgiven for thinking so, based on recent public statements on the EPA's proposed remand rule:[1] "Don't gut coal ash rules, communities beg EPA."[2] The coal ash rule is being "yanked out from under us."[3] "Pruitt's EPA wants to turn authority to not do anything back to the states."[4] "EPA is failing to protect children from toxic coal plant pollution."[5] Even the staid Power Magazine...

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