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EPA finds evidence for tightening key air quality standard

As the Environmental Protection Agency reassesses a Trump administration decision not to strengthen a key air quality standard, it says it has found evidence to support tightening it.

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Hunting, fishing, and science denial

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Pushing back on lead ammo and fishing tackle misinformation

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