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AGs tell EPA to stop dragging feet (access required)

Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard joined 16 other state attorneys general to ask the Environmental Projection Agency to stop dragging its feet on regulating greenhouse gases.Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the EPA has authority to regulate greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide.In a Jan. 23 letter to EPA administrator Stephen Johnson, the ...

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