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Midwest Slow on Pollution Controls

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In December 2000, several Midwest states considered prime sources of the pollution that produced acid rain in the East failed to submit new pollution control rules to the Environmental Protection Agency on time. There were no penalties ? the EPA granted them more time. The Great Lakes Radio Consoritum?s Natalie Walston reports on one state that just beat the new deadline.

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