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In today’s edition of The Heartland Daily Podcast, H. Sterling Burnett, managing editor of Environment & Climate News speaks with William Yeatman. Yeatman is a senior fellow specializing in environmental policy and energy markets at the Competitive Enterprise. Burnett and Yeatman discuss his analysis of Obama’s Clean Power Plan for new and existing power plants, including what Yeatman calls the plan’s dirty secret.
They also discuss the importance of the court in possibly granting a stay of the plan as well as his work on Hillary Clinton’s proposed energy plan. Yeatman also discussed two other Obama regulations, its Mercury and Toxics rule, and the regional Haze regulation, which he calls two of the top three worst environmental rules of all time.