A group of 19 state attorneys general wrote to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson, urging her to delay the enforcement of greenhouse-gas emission rules by at least three years. "We are writing ... so that Congress can be given an opportunity to evaluate both the need and timing of such regulations. ... Such deferral is especially important to us given the disruption that the rapid implementation of the EPA program is causing to the state administrative agencies that we advise and the businesses those agencies have been tasked with regulating," the letter says.

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