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Same-state regulators and lawmakers approach existing power rules from opposite angles

Coal-state champions in Congress have expressed grave concerns about how U.S. EPA's forthcoming carbon emissions rule for today's power plants might affect their home-state utilities. But although Republicans and some Democratic members from states heavily reliant on coal say their states' power sectors may not survive the plans EPA has in store for them, the air quality regulators and public utility commissioners who will implement that rule back in their home states take a less dim view.

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