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Stop EPA From Killing Coal
From The Detroit News
Editorial June 23, 2011 The Environmental Protection Agency's crusade against coal-fired power plants is on a fast track to raise electricity bills in Michigan by as much as 20 percent and restrict the state's economic growth. … DTE predicts the closure of four to five of its older coal plants, or about 20 percent of its capacity. … The shutdown of coal plants also decreases the reliability of the power generation network and leaves consumers vulnerable to brownouts. But the real impact is on jobs and economic growth. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers forecasts 50,000 of its members will lose their jobs within three years, and 200,000 additional jobs down the supply line. … President Barack Obama made a big deal out of promising to put the kibosh on regulations that threaten jobs and growth. And yet he allows Lisa Jackson, the EPA administrator, to continue to impose rules that put growth at risk. … To View The Entire Article, Please Visit: http://www.detnews.com/article/20110623/OPINION01/106230345/1008/Editorial--Stop-EPA-fromkilling-coal
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