The House passed, 233-175, the Stop the War on Coal Act (H.R. 3409) September 21. The five-bill package includes a number of measures that have already passed the chamber, including an effort to prohibit the Environmental Protection Agency from regulating greenhouse gas emissions, as well as provisions to halt several environmental, vehicle efficiency, and coal mining rules. The legislation includes an amendment from Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) that would require the Department of Transportation to detail the human and economic costs of the new Corporate Average Fuel Economy Standards.
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