September 2014
Veterans' Vision;Fall2014, p11
The article presents the author's perspectives on the release of the proposed rule by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, as directed by President Barack Obama, regulating carbon dioxide emissions from modified and existing electric generating units in 2014.


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