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Photo © 2002 Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Michele Buck
Photo © 2002 Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Michele Buck

Sorting Out Clear Skies

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On Earth Day in 2002, President George Bush visited the Adirondacks to talk about acid rain - and introduce the plan he calls "Clear Skies". The President said his "clear skies" plan would revolutionize environmental law - ending acid rain, without crippling industry. Critics say the plan would allow heavy pollution to continue for decades. In this story from last year, Brian Mann sorts out how the "clear skies" plan would work:

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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