Counties want flexibility with air pollution rules

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So when it comes to protecting communities and water we cannot have anything BUT a statewide regulation because otherwise it would be too confusing, but with air quality we CANNOT have a statewide rule because it would be too confusing.  Surely I am not the only one that sees what’s going on here?

When did the oil and gas industry profits become the only consideration in public health?



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