New EPA power plant proposal relies on science EPA wants to shun
The Environmental Protection Agency's proposal to loosen power-plant regulations relies in part on scientific studies that the agency itself is trying to exclude from rulemaking. Former EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in April proposed a regulation that would break with decades of federal practice by limiting the science available to regulators. He called the initiative the "Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science."
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