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Fox Asks EPA To Hold Coal Meeting In MT

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Montana Attorney General Tim Fox is asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to hold a listening session on coal regulations in Montana.

On Wednesday, the EPA began a series of listening sessions in large cities, like New York City, San Francisco, and Chicago.

Fox wrote a letter on Thursday to the agency, saying since Montana relies on coal for affordable energy, jobs and economic development, the state deserves to be added to the list.

The listening sessions are designed to gather public input on the agency's implementation of an act to regulate emissions from power plants.

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