Jean Chemnick, E&E reporter
"Stopping U.S. EPA's regulation of carbon dioxide under the Clean Air Act will be a top priority of the Republican-controlled House, the incoming chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee said yesterday.
Michigan Republican Fred Upton told Fox News that his party might use the Congressional Review Act to strike down greenhouse gas regulations that went into effect yesterday and take steps to head off other regulations the agency might have in the pipeline.
EPA phased in permitting requirements for certain large emitters of GHGs when they bring a new facility online or make certain upgrades to existing facilities." More>>>>