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New York to Enforce Air Laws the USEPA Won't

New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer says he'll pick up where the USEPA left off. Friday's MIPTC article reported that the USEPA will drop some Clean Air Act prosecutions as a consequence of new, less-stringent rules.

"By saying they won't proceed, they're saying, 'Never mind.' They're saying, 'Get out of jail free,'" Eliot Spitzer said in an interview with the Associated Press. "I'm saying, 'We're happy to do your work for you. If you don't wish to bring these cases, we will.' These are good cases. We'll take the cases they've let slide." Spitzer's posted a press release on the topic, too.

The changes to the New Source Review rules take effect in New York, California and several others early next year. A quick check of California Attorney General Bill Lockyear's news website today revealed no similar plans here, however.

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