EPA coal hearing draws large crowd

Observer-Reporter: The Environmental Protection Agency opened two days of public hearings in Pittsburgh Thursday on its controversial proposed regulations for coal-fired power plants. By midday, the agency heard from scores of people supporting or opposing its proposal to cut carbon pollution from coal-burning plants by 30 percent by 2030. A huge crowd of supporters and opponents was on hand at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, including a large contingent of United Mine Workers of America members. Testimony,......

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