Obama’s New Plan for the EPA May Cost $350 Million

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The Obama administration this weekend released the first major part if its second-term regulatory agenda, an initiative costing as much as $350 million targeting fossil-burning boilers and incinerators that critics says hits companies already struggling in a tough economy.

Republicans have opposed the environmental regulations as detrimental to business during tough economic times and failed to slow down the new rules in Congress.

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