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Because Constitutionally, they are the only ones he's ALLOWED to address. However, I would be hard pressed to find a power plant anywhere besides Hawaii or maybe Alaska whose emissions did not cross state lines. Saying your emissions stayed within your state would be a very hard point to defend.Originally posted by shostakovich:
Stephen L. Johnson was named. Now I quote from a newspaper article (AP).
"Johnson's first task will be to sell air pollution regulations --- aimed at reducing mercury emissions from power plant smokestacks and other pollutants carried by winds across state lines."
Sounds promising, but why only at plants whose pollutants cross state lines?
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