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House Leaders Eager to Work With Bush Clean Air Bill
WASHINGTON--While the legislative text of President Bush's plan to toughen the nation's clean air regulations departs in some particulars from his proposals announced in June--mainly in the direction of getting stricter--users say much of the crucial flexibility of the original concepts appears to have survived intact, and key Congressional leaders have voiced support for the measure.
John Dingell (D-Mich.), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, co-sponsored the bill and announced that it will serve as the starting point for Congress's deliberations of the long-debated, controversial issue. In …