Bush admin delays new air-quality rules, pushes "Clear Skies" The White House has told the U.S. EPA to hold off on issuing the Clean Air Interstate Rule, which would curtail emissions of nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide, in deference to a renewed push in Congress to pass the Bush administration's long-stalled "Clear Skies" legislation. Delaying the rule will increase pressure on senators and reps to get Bush's bill moving, an effort led by Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Enviros blasted the administration for putting off a rule they say would help clean …
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