According to Wednesday's order, McCarthy asserted it would take the agency up to two years to devise a methodology to use to try to comply with the earlier ruling."This response is wholly insufficient, unacceptable, and unnecessary," Bailey wrote.
In EPA rebuke, judge orders quick evaluation on coal jobs
See more of the story CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A judge has ordered federal regulators to quickly evaluate how many power plant and coal mining jobs are lost because of air pollution regulations. U.S. District Judge John Preston Bailey in Wheeling made the ruling after reviewing a response from outgoing U.S.
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