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WAMC New York News
Fri March 11, 2005
EPA, Enviros Say NY Benefits from CAIR
By Allison Dunne
Kingston, NY – A new EPA rule that requires coal-fired power plants to cut their emissions, will reduce the amount of pollution that drifts into New York from other states. Environmentalists say the federal air pollution regulations will help ecosystems to recover from years of damage from acid rain and smog. The EPA rule applies to 28 eastern states and the District of Columbia. WAMC's Allison Dunne reports.