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States diverge over whether to proceed with compliance planning for U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan, which seeks to reduce power-sector carbon emissions. E&E's Power Plan Hub details which states are suspending or continuing efforts since the Supreme Court stayed the regulation. Click on a state above to see overviews of government and industry reactions, find links to relevant documents and read related stories.

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