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ADEQ seeks to put brakes on ‘Clean Cars’ program, environmentalists object (access required)

While all sides agree that Arizona’s air quality woes require a long-term fix, the latest effort to adopt a less stringent standard for curbing car emissions shows that the state program to combat air pollution is defined less by consistency and more by the winds of Arizona’s ever-changing political landscape.

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