EPA slows down on smog limits as lawmakers voice concerns

08/23/2010 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch · Hill, The

The Environmental Protection Agency announced that it will postpone until at least late October the rollout of proposed guidelines to curb ground-level smog. This statement comes about two weeks after a bipartisan group of seven senators warned the EPA about the potential economic repercussions of the new rules. The EPA is believed to seek the tightening of the ground-level ozone standard from 75 parts per billion to between 60 and 70 parts per billion.

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