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Tough Emissions Controls to Help Adirondacks?

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Environmentalists say upstate New York's six million acre Adirondack Park is suffering the most damage from acid rain in the country. To help control that, the state could soon pass the toughest power plant emission regulations in the U.S. But as the Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Mark Brodie reports, some critics say the new regulations will not solve the problem.

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