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Consumers Energy CAA Settlement

In 1999, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) began a coordinated national enforcement initiative to address Clean Air Act (CAA) violations from coal-fired power plants. In its most recent settlement, one of Michigan’s largest utilities will spend more than $1 billion to implement measures impacting air quality statewide and fund a variety of environmental projects.

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The Second Integrated Urban Air Report to Congress—What’s Next?

It took 24 years, multiple laws and regulations, and dedication on the part of both industry and government, but today the air in many American cities is cleaner and safer. But, the job is not yet finished. Yesterday we looked at how far we have come in the struggle against toxic air pollutants, and today we will look at gaps and limitations and what regulatory efforts may be on tap.

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