EPA ruling impresses in Denmark summit, raises questions in U.S.

The Environmental Protection Agency's endangerment ruling won praises from European leaders at the climate-change summit in Denmark, but questions remain about the agency's ability to implement emissions regulations and the extent of such regulations. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson has said the agency prefers that Congress pass legislation to curb global warming. Businesses, meanwhile, expressed concern that top-down regulation from the EPA will place an additional burden on the country's industrial sector.

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