Inaction on smog chokes out hope for clean air
From the Times of Northwest Indiana:
Nobody likes breathing smog. But what can be done to fix the problem?
Tightening tailpipe pollution limits for new cars would be a good start; Washington hasn't enacted new standards in over a decade.
Requiring cleaner gas (costing a penny a gallon) and better exhaust controls on new vehicles would cut smog-forming car pollution more than 70 percent. Even the auto industry supports these limits. Read more.