Can states cut carbon? EPA says no.

As a presidential candidate, George Bush seemed to think regulating CO2 was a good idea. At least he said so.

After his election, then-Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Christie Whitman marched forth in support of what she thought was White House policy. She quickly got reeled back. Two years later she resigned, complaining that Vice President Dick Cheney kept pushing for weaker air pollution controls.

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