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Group pitches plan to target plant CO2 emissions state by state

WASHINGTON, Dec 4 (Reuters Point Carbon) - The United States can shed more than a third of its carbon pollution by 2025 by giving states the flexibility to use a variety of measures to reduce or offset their emissions rather than setting a uniform national performance standard for existing power plants, a new report by an NGO recommended.

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