Morrisey sees new EPA proposed rule as ‘job-killing’

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is again going after the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) on the agency expanding its regulatory authority.

Morrisey joined a coalition with 23 other state attorneys general to send a letter to EPA Administrator Michael Regan in January expressing concerns about a proposed rule that would “establish new standards of performance under the Clean Air Act for new and modified sources of methane in the oil and natural gas sector.”

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