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Wed May 11, 2011
EPA Administrator: Clean Air Regs Needed To Protect Children's Health
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Environmental Protection Agency wants to clamp tighter regulations on pollutants that can cause asthma and other chronic health problems. EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson was in Kansas City today, promoting the proposed regulations. KCUR's Elana Gordon caught up with Jackson by phone this morning, just prior to her visit. Jackson said the U.S. is at critical point when it comes to environmental health.
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