Bush Pushes Clean Air, Energy Plans

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Speaking at a coal-fired power plant in Monroe, Mich., President Bush calls for upgrades to the nation's electricity grid, saying his proposed changes to the 1970 Clean Air Act will promote energy efficiency. But environmentalists say the proposed rules would weaken some existing clean air protections. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.



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