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Supreme Court Blocks Clean Power Plan

On Tuesday, the Supreme Court decided to temporarily block the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Clean Power Plan. This means EPA can't enforce the rule until the federal courts decide if the rule is legal.

Over the past two years, many co-op members across the country helped America's Electric Cooperatives send a strong message to decision makers in Washington, D.C. about concerns with this flawed plan. Now electric cooperatives and their members welcome this remarkable decision from the Supreme Court! The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) estimates that compliance costs under the stringent plan would cost electric cooperatives as much as $28 billion, threatening reliability and affordability. Read more.

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