Regulators import offer to tighten partial of New Mexico plant

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State regulators are holding testimony on a devise that calls for shutting down partial of an aging coal-fired energy plant in New Mexico that provides electricity to some-more than 2 million people in a Southwest.

The devise would quell haze-causing wickedness during a San Juan Generating Station, though some environmentalists disagree it doesn’t do adequate to wean a state’s largest application off hoary fuels.

The conference before a Public Regulation Commission began Monday in Santa Fe as dozens of people protested outside.

Inside, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly told regulators a devise was a best choice for assembly environmental mandates while avoiding what he called an nonessential mercantile sacrifice, including mislaid jobs.

Shelly says a clan already is struggling with high unemployment, and many families miss basis such as using H2O and electricity.

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