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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A bipartisan group of Utah lawmakers has unveiled more than dozen proposals to tackle the state's pollution problems this year. About 20 legislators held a news conference Wednesday afternoon while standing in the frigid smog outside Utah's Capitol. "None of us want our air to look like it does today," said Rep. Patrice Arent, a Salt Lake City Democrat and co-chair of the...

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