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A nation united can reduce carbon emissions [Letter]

Your editorial on the EPA carbon rules reminding readers that they are a proven commodity and already have worked to lower emissions in the Northeastern states was excellent ("Carbon rules can work," June 2).

We're delighted that the rest of the country will finally be working with us to lower our nation's emissions. It will be wonderful that we no longer have to sue Western states for inundating us with their harmful emissions.

We are one nation, and we should be working together for the greater good.

Judy Weiss, Brookline, Mass.

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