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“Today’s decision by the Court underscores the strong legal foundation upon which the Clean Power Plan is built. We are more confident than ever that the Clean Power Plan will remain in place to protect the health of the public and the planet now and for generations to come.
Now is the time to move forward toward a sustainable future powered by affordable clean energy. Prudent states are already developing their implementation plans and now we must all pull together to see the Clean Power Plan’s goals met while the legal process continues.”