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Last week President Obama announced that he is directing the Environmental Protection Agency to crack down on air pollution from coal-powered utility plants.
As part of a more aggressive stance to curb climate change, federal regulators will now write carbon emission standards for existing plants, as well as any built in the future.
In Ohio, coal operators are generally opposed to the new regulations. But the response from some power plant operators has been more muted.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Brian Bull from WCPN in Cleveland explains that many utilities there are already moving away from coal.