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Clean Air Standards

Clean Air Standards

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The Environmental Protection Agency has recommended new, more stringent, national standards for the causes of smog and soot. On this hour of Science Friday, Ira Flatow will take a look at the science behind the standards and discuss the feasibility of the plan. Guests: Carol Browner Administrator - Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C. Paul Huard Senior Vice President for Policy and Communication National Association of Manufacturers Washington, D.C. David Baron Science Reporter - National Public Radio Boston, MA Listeners call in

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