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SB87 • The Utah Senate on Monday rejected a proposal to allow the state to adopt clean-air rules more stringent than those set by the federal government. Senators rejected SB87 on a 12-16 vote.
Utah Democratic Party Chairman Peter Corroon blasted the move as contrary to the common Republican lament that Washington too often dictates policy to the state.
The Salt Lake Tribune