EPA ordered to set stronger smog standards
from The Hill
A federal appeals court has ruled in a case battling Obama-era pollution regulations that the Environmental Protection Agency must set stronger regulations on smog in order to protect the environment. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit found that while the EPA's current air quality standards for ozone are too weak to protect the environment, the standards do meet federal requirements when it comes to protecting human health.
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