(Recasts, adds comments from EPA administrator, environmental groups, utility) By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, March 27 (Reuters) - The Bush administration, which has resisted regulating carbon dioxide emissions, this spring will propose rules that could affect everything from vehicles to power plants and oil refineries, the top U.S. environmental official told Congress on Thursday. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Stephen Johnson said the agency will issue proposed rules ...
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