Arizona petitioned the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit January 31 for a review of an Environmental Protection Agency rule that partially disapproves the state’s regional haze program and promulgates a federal implementation plan in its place. The appeals focuses on the agency’s decision to disapprove part of the state’s plan for improving visibility in protected national parks and wilderness areas and requiring costly NOx controls from three coal-fired power plants.
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