California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District authorized a plan February 1 to make the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach responsible for achieving their voluntary emissions-reduction goals. The decision is likely to instigate a legal battle over whether the agency has the power to regulate the ports as an indirect source under the Clean Air Act.
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