EPA signs rule to cut haze in Big Sky Country
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Federal regulators have approved a new measure meant to help turn Montana's Big Sky Country into Clear Sky Country by forcing industrial plants to cut pollutants that make hazy skies over national parks and wilderness areas.
The Environmental Protection Agency rule, signed Wednesday, has been widely criticized by industry representatives, conservationists and even other federal agencies.
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