Appeals court rejects challenge to clean air rule
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court has rejected a challenge to a tough new clean air requirement limiting sulfur dioxide emissions.
The Environmental Protection Agency regulation is designed to prevent people with asthma from exposure to short-term bursts of sulfur dioxide. Several corporations and industrial associations along with several states argued the new level is lower than required by law to protect public health.
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