From the story in the CC caller it appears its the boiler particulate issue thats causing it. Ive given you three possible regulations and they seem to coincide with the story Grim posted. How about you quit posting quips and post like you want to do something besides attack sources, namely post about the story.
Start by not answering questions with questions, if you know the answers to what you are asking, try posting the information instead of playing some twisted partisan mindgame to prove you are smarter than those you are being antagonostic towards. Post your information or head on out of the thread and take your rotten attitude with you.
"We the people are the rightful masters of both Congress & the courts, not to overthrow the Constitution, but overthrow the men who pervert the Constitution."
- Abraham Lincoln
I dunno if that's true or bad, but it's a start.Chase CEO Dave Freysinger told the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.
Freysinger made it very clear who was responsible for the projects death. “The (Las Brisas Energy Center) is a victim of EPA’s concerted effort to stifle solid-fuel energy facilities in the U.S., including EPA’s carbon-permitting requirements and EPA’s New Source Performance Standards for new power plants,” he said