California, 13 other states sue EPA over smog levels
from San Francisco Chronicle
California and 13 other states sued the Trump administration's Environmental Protection Agency on Dec. 7 for ignoring an Oct. 1 deadline to update the nation's map of areas with unhealthy smog levels, saying the delay is endangering children and people who suffer from lung disease. "Lives can be saved if the EPA implements these standards," said state Attorney General Xavier Becerra, whose office filed the suit in federal court in San Francisco.
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