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The US EPA strengthened #Clean #Air Act standards to reduce harmful soot. Cutting this dangerous pollutant will save lives and prevent serious and costly health problems, like heart attacks, #asthma, and strokes. Read more: 1.usa.gov/UGFctc

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If you really think the environment is less important than the economy, try holding your breath while you count your money.

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Overview of the Clean Air Act and Air Pollution | US EPA

Take Action || Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act are on the chopping block - those who want to return to the days of pollution without limits. Another bill, H.R. 2824, to perpetuate mountaintop removal mining allowing polluters to dump toxic mining waste directly into critical streams and watersheds. brings Bush-era policy back to life even though declared illegal in court would put countless miles of waterways in jeopardy. Tell your Representative to oppose these polluter giveaway bills…

Red cedar tree study shows that clean air act is reducing pollution, improving forests

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Moms Clean Air Force is an initiative to control mercury and other harmful toxins that are polluted into the air by large production and power plants. Obama has shown support for the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, but for whatever reason lobbyists and their Congressional allies are battling the protections. Make your voice heard by filling out a simple form that they will send to your representatives on your behalf. You don't have to be a mom to want clean air.

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Want to know how polluted and at risk your U.S. neighborhood is? EJSCREEN, the EPA's environmental justice screening and mapping tool, provides some interesting information. http://www2.epa.gov/ejscreen

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Who needs clean air? During the 113th Congress, the House voted 20 times to weaken the Clean Air Act, 20 times to create acts to block efforts to curb carbon pollution, 51 times to protect the interests of the oil and gas industry at the expense of the environment, 27 times to slash funding for clean energy and energy efficiency. In the 112th Congress, voted to pass the Gasoline Regulations Act that would gut the Clean Air Act of regulations that enforce air pollutant removal in gasoline.