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Puerto Rico: La lentitud del Gobierno ante un gas tóxico pone en riesgo $100 millones anuales

Puerto Rico está ahora en contra del reloj. Esa es la advertencia de la Agencia de Protección Ambiental y de la Junta de Control Fiscal, ante la lentitud del Gobierno para terminar un plan que controle las emisiones de un gas tóxico, el dióxido de azufre.
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