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Republican victories boost effort to block climate rules

Along with the Democrats, one of the biggest losers on Election Day was U.S. EPA, which is expected to be the target of bruising congressional attacks once the Republicans take control of the House and gain several seats in the Democratic-controlled Senate. In the run-up to the election, Republicans campaigned against EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, pointing to her agency's new regulations as proof that President Obama and the Democrats are stifling the struggling economy.

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