No matter how things turn out on Election Day, the third Clean Air Act forum, scheduled for Nov. 29 by the House Energy and Commerce Committee, will be pivotal. If Romney wins the White House, congressional Republicans will have a shot (albeit a long one) at repealing or substantially delaying some of the EPA’s biggest and most controversial rules. If Obama wins, EPA is poised to continue rolling out new rules, including its greenhouse gas standards for power plants. And of course, control of the House and Senate will also be key.
30 Oct 2012