John Nielsen Reports That Epa Administrator Carol Browner

is defending the Clinton administration's controversial proposal to strengthen air quality standards for ozone and tiny particles of soot and dust. Browner testified before a Senate committee yesterday, insisting that the new restrictions would help prevent tens of thousands of premature deaths and countless asthma attacks.



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