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Inhofe Urges EPA To Heed ESPS Stay Order's 'Inherent' Deadline Extensions

March 11, 2016
Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK), chairman of the Senate environment committee and a top EPA critic, is urging the agency to clarify whether it will abide by “inherent” requirements in a Supreme Court order to postpone all deadlines in its greenhouse gas rule for existing power plants to account for litigation over the rule. Inhofe argues in a March 10 letter to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy that the high court's Feb. 9 order staying the existing source performance standards (ESPS) pending...


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