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ACC's Dooley discusses impact of EPA emissions regulation on stationary sources

With U.S. EPA announcing its endangerment finding for greenhouse gases last week, regulation of emissions from stationary sources could begin as early as March 2010. During today's OnPoint, Cal Dooley, president of the American Chemistry Council, urges Congress to postpone EPA's regulation of stationary sources. Dooley also explains why he believes EPA regulation could have negative impacts on the economy.

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