EPA plans to withdraw pollution regulations for seven Texas power plants

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said it plans to voluntarily withdraw a requirement that seven Texas coal-fired power plants reduce pollution, according to a filing with a federal appeals court. The so-called regional haze rule is part of the Clean Air Act and was proposed two years ago with the goal of cleaning up the air …

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