THE U.S. GASOLINE REVOLUTION BEGINS

The Clean Air Act (CAA) Amendments of 1990 bear first official fruit at U.S. gasoline pumps next week, and air pollution is plummeting across the land. This is not to imply a causal relationship but rather to note an interesting coincidence: publication of the Environmental Protection Agency's annual urban air quality trends report 2 weeks before oxygenated gasoline sales mandates take effect in cities with carbon monoxide pollution problems.

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