Evangelicals add support for EPA plan to cut coal pollution

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The Rev. Mitchell Hescox, president and CEO of the Evangelical Environmental Network, pictured here with his family, submitted comments from more than 100,000 “pro-life Christians” who he said are concerned about children's health problems that are linked to unclean air and water. Photo courtesy of Evangelical Environmental Network

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WASHINGTON (RNS) More than 100,000 "pro-life" evangelicals support the EPA's plan to limit carbon pollution, citing concerns about children's health and changes to the environment.