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EPA tries to rush new air rule that contradicts EPA-approved policy in 39 states

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Two senators faulted the  Environmental Protection Agency officials for deciding, at the request of the Sierra Club, to invalidate previously approved air programs in 39 states. Under the old policy, manufacturers did not have to suffer Clean Air Act penalties if the excess emissions came about during periods of “start up, shutdown, or malfunction” (SSM).  The Sierra Club opposed this...

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