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Indiana Coal Council: “Obviously Not Consensus” On Climate Change

In recent months, almost a million Americans submitted comments about new regulations that would cut greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. That includes tens of thousands of Hoosiers. The comment period ended Friday and the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to issue its new rules this summer. Indiana’s coal industry has steadfastly opposed regulations like these, which they say would make it impossible to open new coal plants. WFHB Assistant News Director Joe Crawford spoke this morning with an industry lobbyist, and we bring you that interview for today’s WFHB feature exclusive.


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