Ex-presidential aide seeks clean fuels policy reform

07/15/2002
A prominent Republican lawyer with ties to the family of President George W. Bush and once a top aide to former President George H.W. Bush has called on policy-makers to put stricter controls on aromatics levels in gasoline as a way to improve air quality and public health.C. Boyden Gray, counsel to former President Bush, and now in private practice as a partner with the Washington, DC-based Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering law firm, said current environmental rules overemphasize the reduction of stationary-source emissions from power plants and refineries. Instead, the Environmental Protection Agency should focus on a more holistic approach that takes into account mobile source emissions tha...
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