By Emily Holden
September 11, 2014 at 4:12 pm ET
Climate Central’s Bobby Magill reports that some of the more than a dozen states challenging the EPA’s proposal are preparing compliance options just in case.
“What we’re seeing, not at the political level or the gubernatorial level, but in the trenches, there’s a huge effort to make this program work,” said Bill Becker, executive director of the National Association of Clean Air Agencies, or NACAA, speaking Sept. 6 at the Society of Environmental Journalists’ annual conference in New Orleans.
Emily Holden previously worked at Morning Consult as a reporter covering energy and climate change.