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5 September 2011 By Christopher Swann

The White House has bowed to critics in Congress and industry, who said new air quality rules would kill jobs. Polluters have previously exaggerated the costs of EPA regulations, and health-related savings matter, too. The rationale for caving in is a smokescreen for politics.

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