by Ben Wolfgang
Washington Times

The Obama administration gave leading environmental activists unprecedented access and influence as the Environmental Protection Agency crafted rules limiting carbon emissions from power plants, a Senate committee charged Tuesday in a report that raises new questions about the president’s climate change agenda.

A report from the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee breaks down in detail off-the-books meetings and email conversations, sometimes through private, nongovernmental accounts, between top EPA officials and leaders with the Natural Resources Defense Council, the Sierra Club and other environmental organizations…

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