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After the Environmental Protection Agency was deemed to be violating the law and dealing in "covert propaganda" when promoting water regulations this week, some House Republicans are wondering if the agency did the same for the Clean Power Plan.

On Monday, the Government Accountability Office ruled the EPA violated the law and its campaign was akin to "covert propaganda" because a message posted on nearly 1,000 social media accounts did not identify itself as being generated by the EPA.

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