Administration Announces, “The War On Coal Is Over”

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Putting Americans back to work, using our own energy resources – what’s not to love?

Senior Trump administration officials announced that a repeal of the Obama-era, “Clean Power Plan” would save an taxpayers $33 billion.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) formally began the process that includes the repealing of the Obama era rules on the limiting carbon emissions of the power plants on Tuesday, with Administrator Scott Pruitt announcing that, “The war on coal is over.”

The EPA entered a Notice of the Proposed Rulemaking in the Federal Register and would be open for the next 60 days for public comment.

The Officials from the White House commented that repealing the regulations, which set up prohibitive emission standards for the coal burning power plants, was delivering on President Trump’s promise to protect and revive the American coal industry.

The Obama administration built their radical climate agenda around the so-called “Clean

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