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    The EPA regulations limiting the amount of carbon that can be emitted by existing powerplants may be the most crucial step forward in environmental policy made by the eight-year Obama Administration. But those regulations will apparently be late in arriving for public comment--and they face a notably more hostile U.S. Congress over the next two years. DON'T MISS: EPA's Coal-Plant Emissions Rules: This Will Be The Big Fight (Jun 2014) As Politico noted in an article last week, insiders following the agency's progress on the rule think it could miss the January 8 deadline "by months." Indeed...

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