EPA proposes first guidelines to cut carbon pollution from existing power plants

The Environmental Protection Agency released a new proposal on Monday to cut carbon pollution from power plants.

The controversial proposal would cut carbon emissions 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030. U.S. business groups have argued the new rules would cut tens of billions of dollars from the economy.

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