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Senate Republicans have introduced an amendment to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from finalizing any new regulations until it publicly reports the economic impacts of existing clean air regulations.

Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe has attached the amendment onto the Senate version of the unemployment insurance extension bill. The amendment would halt pending EPA regulations designed to curb carbon dioxide emissions to fight global warming.

“If we really want to address our long-term unemployment problem, it’s time that the EPA and the Obama administration actually take into account the economic impact of their costly and onerous regulations,” said Sen. Roy Blunt, a Missouri Republican who is co-sponsoring the bill.