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EPA will decide if the state is doing enough to reduce pollution in two East Texas counties

The federal agency has settled a lawsuit the Sierra Club brought over pollution from a coal-burning power plant. The agreement requires the EPA to weigh in on the state’s plan to improve air quality in Rusk and Panola counties.

Steam rises from the stacks at the Martin Lake Coal-Fired Power Plant in Tatum on March 30, 2011.

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