Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt announced on August 22 that the state will appeal a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit July decision which upheld the Environmental Protection Agency federal implementation plan for sulfur dioxide emissions at two plants in the state. The state said the regional haze rule would cost Oklahoma Gas and Electric, the owner of the plants, $1 billion in compliance efforts.
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