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by Tom Kenworthy Apr 16, 2014
Though the rules that cover large electric power plants will mean a $9.6 billion per year hit to the economy, the economic benefits total as much as $90 billion a year.
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The Energy Information Agency's projections for coal power retirements has jumped from 27 to 40 to 60 gigawatts by 2016, just in the last two years.
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The contamination was revealed just one week after regulatory responsibility for the controversial tar sands was handed over to a fossil-fuel funded corporation.
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