BUSH, LAWMAKERS COMPROMISE ON CLEAN AIR

The Bush administration and key legislators have agreed on a compromise U.S. Clean Air Act reauthorization measure that substantially dilutes the Senate bill. Senate debate on the environment committee's bill was suspended in January so a compromise bill could be worked out. After the compromise, legislation was returned to the Senate floor and was expected to pass. William Reilly, Environmental Protection Agency administrator, declared, "The long stalemate that has characterized the clean

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