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General Interest — Quick TakesAPI, NPRA question EPA's proposed ozone limitsTwo witnesses from oil industry trade associations separately questioned the US Environmental Protection Agency's plan to significantly toughen ground-level ozone emission limits as they testified at EPA hearings in Houston and Arlington, Va.EPA's own science does not even support such a move, according to Ted Steichen, a policy advisor at the American Petroleum Institute, and David Friedman, environmental affairs director at the National Petrochemical & Refiners Association.Neither EPA's review in 2008 nor more recent studies justify lowering the standard based on the health effects of exposure, Friedma...

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