EPA Diesel Rules Applauded The Bush administration announces a set of regulations aimed at cutting diesel engine emissions. The rules target construction and farm equipment -- the last unregulated sources of mobile pollution. Environmentalists applaud the administration for the rules, and for not granting industry requests to weaken the rules. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.
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Environmentalists Applaud EPA's New Diesel Rules

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Environmentalists Applaud EPA's New Diesel Rules

Environmentalists Applaud EPA's New Diesel Rules

Environmentalists Applaud EPA's New Diesel Rules

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The Bush administration announces a set of regulations aimed at cutting diesel engine emissions. The rules target construction and farm equipment — the last unregulated sources of mobile pollution. Environmentalists applaud the administration for the rules, and for not granting industry requests to weaken the rules. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports.