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March 29, 2012 1:05 PM

EPA climate proposal could limit coal's future, at least in U.S.

The Obama administration's proposal this week to put the first limits on greenhouse gases from new power plants probably will mean that no new coal-fired U.S. plants will be built after this year, but that won't slash coal use anytime soon.

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