WASHINGTON — The House passed legislation Wednesday evening allowing states to opt out of the Obama administration’s plan to regulate emissions from power plants by a vote of 247-180.

The legislation would allows governors to decline to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency’s standards for power plant emissions if they found doing so would adversely affect electricity rates or reliability. It also would delay implementation of the proposed limits until all court challenges to the law were concluded.

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