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By JOHN M. BRODER and JOHN COLLINS RUDOLF
Published: March 16, 2011
WASHINGTON — The Environmental Protection Agency proposed the first national standard for emissions of mercury and other toxins from coal-burning power plants on Wednesday, a rule that could lead to the early closing of dozens of generating stations and is certain to be challenged by the utility industry and Republicans in Congress.
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