EPA Sends White House Proposed Rules for New Power Plants
Obviously already crafted and waiting for the president's announcement
The Environmental Protection Agency on Monday sent its revised greenhouse gas emissions rule for new power plants to the White House, The Hill has confirmed.
The contents of the proposed rule, which now rests in the White House Office of Management and Budget, remain sealed.
While its substance is unknown, moving the rule puts the climate plan President Obama announced last week into motion.