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Clean Air Violations #286708

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 31, 1983
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(Studio) Environmental Protection Agency reported targeting over hundred areas in United States designated to lose aid due to continue violations of clean air standards.
REPORTER: Bill Kurtis

(Los Angeles, California) California officials' reaction to Environmental Protection Agency demands examined. [Air quality expert Jim BIRAKOS - doesn't think Los Angeles can be cleaned up.] EPA administration Anne Gorsuch said feeling Clean Air Act was unrealistic in some cases. [EPA spokesperson Sonia CROW - believes sanctions are counterproductive, but must observe the law.] [Representative Henry WAXMAN - thinks Gorsuch is trying to panic Congress]
REPORTER: Linda Douglass

Reporter(s):
Douglass, Linda;
Kurtis, Bill
Duration:
00:02:10

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