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Clean Power Plan

W.Va. AG Morrisey says rule driving changes in energy market despite stay

Following last week's surprise move by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to postpone Clean Power Plan arguments to September, and before the full panel, parties involved in the case have spent the week assessing shifts in their strategies for arguments. During today's OnPoint, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey (R) discusses how he plans to proceed during this fall's arguments. He also explains why he believes the U.S. coal industry could see a comeback if the Clean Power Plan is defeated in court, despite the market trending away from coal.

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