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  1. 11-05-03 EPA to Allow Polluters to Pollute (USA Today)
      "The Environmental Protection Agency is likely to stop taking action against coal-burning power plants that the agency itself had accused of violating air-pollution laws, an EPA source familiar with the decision said Wednesday."

      "Now, it plans to use the relaxed standards not those in place when the companies violated the laws to determine whether the companies should be sued." 11-03

  2. Environmental Protection Positions of Candidates (CNN News - Collins)
      Collins notes that "little has been said about which Democrat has the best chance of appealing to environmentalists. Green groups like the Sierra Club, the Natural Resources Defense Council and Greenpeace have voiced strong opposition to White House policies on the environment. And the League of Conservation Voters (LCV), Washington's green political machine, says eco-issues may not always be the most important subjects to voters, but they're still influential in crucial swing states." She gives a summary of the views (available on Web sites) of presidential candidates, including George W. Bush. 12-03


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