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After criticism, SoCal air board adds more regulatory teeth to smog-reduction plan

Southern California air quality officials released a proposal Friday to give more regulatory teeth to a smog-reduction plan that has faced criticism for its voluntary, industry-friendly approach. The South Coast Air Quality Management District has revised a plan, originally released in June, to...
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