Globe — On Friday morning at Gila Community College, the Arizona House Committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources held a field hearing to discuss proposed regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Committee chairman, Frank Pratt, as well as representative Thomas Shope and Albert Hale attended the meeting, as did various local elected officials and members of the public.
Beth Hager, director of public affairs for the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, started the meeting by explaining that the EPA has proposed new regulations that aim to cut CO2 emissions by 30 percent by 2030. For the complete article see the 08-27-2014 issue.
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