"Focus: Environment" piece featuring an interview in question-and-answer format
"Focus: Environment" piece featuring an interview in question-and-answer format with Steven Rowe, Maine's attorney general. In November 2002, Rowe joined with attorneys general from eight other states to file suit against the Bush administration claiming that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) softened the New Source Review provision of the Clean Air Act, exempting many facilities from compliance. Rowe's office has joined states and environmental groups in three other lawsuits targeting the Bush administration's lax policies on mercury and carbon monoxide pollution. Rowe discusses what's driven Maine's lawsuits against the EPA and how Maine's businesses could benefit from a favorable ruling.
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Smith, Taylor, ""Focus: Environment" piece featuring an interview in question-and-answer format" (2005). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3222.