Coal policies continue to get attention in Congress October 30, 2019

St. Joseph News-Press

“What the Affordable Clean Energy rule does is allow coal-fired power plants to remain a major source of greenhouse gas emissions,” Barbara Gottlieb, of Physicians for Social Responsibility, told a publication of the Sierra Club, an environmental organization. “The (rule) is totally inadequate to reduce CO2 emissions.”

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