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Focus (Environment: Autos and Air Pollution) #629615

NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 01, 1999
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(Studio: Len Cannon) Report introduced.

(New York: Stan Bernard) New federal regulations putting sport utility vehicles under the same exhaust emissions requirements as other cars examined. [EPA's Carol BROWNER - says SUVs and light truck will be held to the same national standards.] [American Petroleum Institute executive vice president Bill O'KEEFE, National Petrochemical Refiners Association general counsel Bob SLAUGHT - oppose new Environmental Protection Agency rules on sulfur emissions.] [BROWNER - defends the proposal.]

Bernard, Stan;
Cannon, Len

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