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Judge closes Murray Energy case against EPA

A federal judge has closed the case of Murray Energy Corp. fighting the U.S. EPA on jobs estimates.

A Jan. 17 order administratively closes the case in which Murray Energy won an attempt to force the EPA to provide a detailed accounting of the coal jobs lost due to Clean Air Act rules. While the EPA had argued the task it was given would take years, the judge recently ordered the EPA to complete the evaluation by July 1.

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia ordered the EPA to produce evidence that it has adopted measures to continuously evaluate the loss and shifts in employment from such rules by Dec. 31.