US moves to crack down on air pollution

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Rules to limit soot from power plants and diesel engines set to save 40,000 premature deaths and cut healthcare bills by $4bn

The Obama administration has tightened limits on harmful soot pollution from power plants, diesel engines and refineries, facing down opposition from industry groups and some members of Congress. The...

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