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31 states fail new ozone standards

Mass. required to cut pollutants

By Stephanie Ebbert
Globe Staff / April 16, 2004

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Counties in 31 states fail to meet new federal air-quality standards for ground-level ozone, creating unhealthy conditions for more than 150 million people nationwide, the federal Environmental Protection Agency announced yesterday. (Full Article: 662 Words)

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