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Sweeping reform of Bay Area air quality standards approved

September 15, 2010
By Victoria Schlesinger

After two years of wrangling, the public agency charged with controlling air pollution in the Bay Area approved comprehensive new regulations today in an effort to comply with state and national air quality standards.
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