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Enzi Slams EPA Haze Plan

Sen. Enzi speaks out on the floor of the Senate against EPA proposal.

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Wyoming Threatens To Sue EPA Again

Governor Matt Mead asked the Wyoming Attorney General to notify the Environmental Protection Agency that Wyoming will sue the agency for its failure to take action on a state plan for air quality regulation

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Northern Arapaho Tribe Blasts Wyoming’s Bid to EPA

The Northern Arapaho Tribe is asking the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to reject a request from the state of Wyoming to halt implementation of the agency's decision that over 1 million acres around Riverton remains legally Indian Country.

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EPA Releases Final Regional Haze Rule

EPA officials say the plan will improve visibility across wide-open spaces while protecting natural resources and local economies which depend on recreation.

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Temporary Rebound Expected For Coal Mining in 2014

The U.S. coal mining industry is projected to see a modest and short-lived rebound in 2014, driven by more production in Western states after two successive years of declines.

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Wyoming Asks EPA To Reconsider Reservation Ruling

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead's administration wants the EPA to freeze implementation of its recent decision that over 1 million acres around Riverton remains legally Indian Country.

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Drinking Water
Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
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Injection Well Being Drilled at Cheyenne Refinery

A well being drilled at the HollyFrontier Corp. refinery in Cheyenne will be used to study whether wastewater tainted with selenium could be disposed of by injecting it deep underground.

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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EPA: Lands Around Riverton Still ‘Indian Country’

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has determined that nearly 1.5 million acres around Riverton that Congress opened for settlement by non-Indians early last century remains legally Indian Country.

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Wyoming Taking Part in Lawsuit Against EPA

Wyoming is one of a dozen states suing the Environmental Protection Agency over what the states see as a cozy relationship between the agency and environmental groups.

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Naughton coal fired power plant
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Wyoming Officials React to EPA’s Proposed Carbon Rule

Lummis says the EPA proposal would require all new coal-fired power plants to have carbon emissions capturing and sequestration systems that are not currently available in the marketplace.

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