Republicans seek to muzzle EPA's Superfund

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New package of proposals seeks to water down regulations governing coal ash and other forms of harmful waste

The Republican-controlled House of Representatives is working on a major new legislative package to rein in the EPA's Superfund law. The legislation would give states more power in decisions involving...

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