The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering letting the state of Georgia take over regulating coal ash. Georgia would be the second state to develop... Georgians voice concerns over state coal ash plan

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is considering letting the state of Georgia take over regulating coal ash. Georgia would be the second state to develop its own coal ash rules, following Oklahoma. But environmental advocates are concerned the state won’t be able to handle the job of regulating such a large and potentially dangerous form of waste.

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