Residents in Southwest Indiana worry new EPA regulations could cause major job loss in the area, although economists say it's too soon to tell.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the EPA could change emission thresholds for certain industries.
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This week the Environmental Protection Agency unveiled a new set of proposed regulations for existing coal-fired power plants.
Gov. Mike Pence says the EPA's plan to reduce CO2 emissions 30 percent by 2030 could cost Indiana thousands of jobs.
In 2012 the Environmental Protection Agency put emission standards in place for coal fired power plants, and Indiana is one state appealing the new rules.
Indiana, along with 12 other states, is suing the Environment Protection Agency over new regulations for power plant emissions.
A bill that would have restricted IDEM from creating environmental regulations stricter than the EPA's died in a Senate committee yesterday.
A bill proposed by Warsaw Republican David Wolkins wants to make sure Indiana doesn't pass environmental regulations stricter than the EPA's.
'The No More Stringent Bill' is intended to minimize regulatory and environmental barriers to economic development in the state.