Industry’s mercury challenge could undermine attack on EPA climate rule

Greenwire: If coal companies get their way when the Supreme Court reviews U.S. EPA's air standards for mercury and other hazardous emissions, they could undermine their primary legal challenge to another landmark pollution rule: President Obama's greenhouse gas limits for power plants. The justices last month agreed to review the Utility Air Regulatory Group and National Mining Association's challenge to EPA's 2011 mercury and air toxics standards, or MATS. A high profile environmental rule of Obama's first......

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