COMMENT EPA TURF WARS HAMPERING CLEAN AIR GOALS

Richard J. Stegemeier Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Unocal Corp. Los Angeles Something needs fixing in this country if a company can break the law by obeying it. The Clean Air Act requires that by Jan. 1, 1995, all gasoline sold in America must be reformulated to meet new specifications of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The California Air Resources Board is raising the ante even higher. Beginning in 1996, gasoline sold in this state must meet still stricter standards.

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