Effort to stop EPA's carbon rules faces White House veto

06/8/2010 | NYTimes.com · Google · ICIS News (U.K.)

The White House on Tuesday threatened to veto efforts led by Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, to strip the Environmental Protection Agency's authority to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions. The White House said that Murkowski's resolution, which is set for a Senate vote on Thursday, would undercut the Clean Air Act, further the country's dependence on oil and "block efforts to cut pollution that threatens our health and well-being," according to a policy statement.

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