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States ponder: who should pay to keep air clean?

March 9, 1979

When Congress passed the Clean Air Act amendments in 1977, it didn't approve federal funds for the studies necessary for air quality classification, meaning that most states have trouble accessing the law's protections.

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States ponder: who should pay to keep air clean?
When Congress passed the Clean Air Act amendments in 1977, it didn't approve federal funds for the studies necessary for air quality classification, meaning that most states have trouble accessing the law's protections.
Bob Marshall, last of the radical bureaucrats
Uniquely talented and well connected -- and known to hike 70 miles in a day -- Bob Marshall became the pivot on which the country turned toward a firm wilderness commitment.

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Papago village transformed by quiet revolution
On the Papago Indian Reservation in Arizona, 75 people in a small village have stepped into the modern age with an array of photovoltaic cells, which convert sunlight into electricity.
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