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WAMC New York News
Tue September 16, 2003
Regional Environment Group Meets with President
By Pat Bradley
Washington D.C. – The Adirondack Council has been invited to a meeting in the East Garden of the White House today to discuss the President's Clear Skies Initiative and a strategy for its passage before the end of the year.
But many environmental groups are opposed to the Clear Skies Initiative, and are critical of the Adirondack Council's involvement with the White House proposal. More from North Country Bureau Chief Pat Bradley.