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Published: Monday 05 August, 2013

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The wrangling this week over the Senate energy bill represents the first skirmish over what could quickly become a fullblown battle over measures to slow climate change.



By bags in the sale the end of the month, the EPA could announce findings that would require it to crack down on emitters of greenhouse gases, says a source familiar with discussions between the White House and EPA.



Besides eliminating the EPA as a regulator, such a measure would have also gutted efforts by California and 16 other states to enforce carbondioxide emissions requirements for vehicles, environmental legal experts say. Yet a federal court ruling Wednesday upheld Californias measures.



The recent statement of administration policy threatening a veto certainly took sharp aim at reversing the Supreme Courts decision confirming EPAs power to regulate globalwarming pollution under the Clean Air Act, said Vickie Patton, deputy general counsel for Environmental Defense, a Washington group.



The Senate at press time seemed poised to pass a strippeddown version of the energy bill, which would boost the autofuel standards for the first time since the 1970s under the EPAs auspices, as well as boost biofuels. But it would not include controversial measures that would have increased the tax burden on the oil, gas, and coal industries or required electric utilities to use renewable sources of energy.



Soon, the focus is expected to shift quickly to greenhousegas emissions. In line with the highcourt ruling, President Bu bags in the sale sh in May issued an executive order for the EPA to begin working on a new rulemaking process to create standards that reduce carbon from auto emissions and to work closely with DOT and other agencies. At this point, the legal documents to do so are nearly complete and an EPA announcement is expected before years end to comply with the Supreme Courts decision.



But in an internal debate last week, EPA chief Stephen Johnson told White House bags in the sale officials unequivocally that the EPA intends to issue an endangerment finding for carbondioxide emissions, according to one source familiar with the discussion, who asked not to be named because he was not permitted to speak to the press. Such a move could vastly accelerate federal regulation of greenhousegas emissions across a range of industries, the source says.



The EPA has decided to go ahead with broader construction of an endangerment finding. Thats what Johnson told the West Wing people that EPA was going ahead with a strong finding, the source says. bags in the sale

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