(Adds details, background) By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - The head of the Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday told U.S. lawmakers that the agency is now writing proposed first-ever rules on heat-trapping carbon dioxide emissions from both mobile sources like cars and stationary ones like power plants. In a letter to congressional leaders, EPA Administrator Stephen Johnson said the agency will issue an advance notice of proposed rule-making this spring on ...
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