Federal court allows states to augment pollution safeguards

08/20/2008 | Reuters

A federal court ruled Tuesday that state and local authorities can raise standards for monitoring emissions at chemical plants and oil refineries, delivering another blow to the Bush administration's efforts to centralize pollution controls. "We vacate this rule because it is contrary to the statutory directive that each permit must include adequate monitoring requirements," the court said in the ruling.

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