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The Environmental Protection Agency denied California and 16 other states the right to impose their own pollution controls and automobile fuel-efficiency controls as . . .
The Environmental Protection Agency denied California and 16 other states the right to impose their own pollution controls and automobile fuel-efficiency controls as President Bush signed an energy bill raising fuel economy standards. “The Bush administration is moving forward with clear national solution,” said EPA Administrator Stephen L. Johnson, “not a confusing patchwork of state rules.” (CNNMoney.com)
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