CALIFORNIA AIR PLAN'S COSTS AND BENEFITS DISPUTED

A new study disputes claims by a California agency that the controversial southern California air quality management plan (AQMP) is cost effective. The 20 year AQMP would impose perhaps the most sweeping regulatory changes related to environmental concerns ever seen. It involves 160 control measures for air emissions organized into three progressively more stringent tiers and envisions full compliance with federal air quality standards by 2010. In its first year alone, the AQMP would cost the

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