Wyoming: States give Senate an earful on EPA greenhouse gas plan

High Country News: In an ornate room on Capitol Hill this week, U.S. senators heard two wildly different views from Western states on the viability of a proposed rule to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generation. During the hearing, Todd Parfitt, director, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, told the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee that the Environmental Protection Agency’s plan is “problematic and unrealistic to achieve.” By contrast, Mary Nichols who chairs California’s......

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