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August 21, 2012

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Zerkalo

I think the boundaries Congress has set for EPA regarding the "Transport Rule" should be lifted. Air pollution can only be dealt with properly on a federal level. Air pollution is called the silent pandemic for good reason. Air pollution has a very negative impact on neurodevelopment of children.

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