Susan McGinnis anchors this afternoon's Clean Skies News Energy Report from Washington, DC. On the program: - Coal miners are rallying in Washington for jobs and looser regulations.- Funding for the EPA and Interior Department is on hold because of the debate over climate regulations, but it could cost the administration $100 million to hire new offshore drilling inspectors.- The Obama administration wants to tighten oversight of pipelines nationwide in the wake of the deadly San Bruno explosion.- Next week's Major Economies Forum in New York will bring together the world's major emitters for climate talks. www.cleanskies.comwww.twitter.com/cleanskiesnewswww.facebook.com/cleanskiesnews
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