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Sen. Carper And Alexander: Clean Air Is Not A Partisan Issue

By Brad Johnson  

"Sen. Carper And Alexander: Clean Air Is Not A Partisan Issue"

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Both Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) and Tom Carper (D-DE) agreed that while the Clean Air Act has achieved significant accomplishments – returning $30 in benefits for every $1 that has been spent — clean air faces challenges ahead. At “The State of the Clean Air Act,” hosted by the World Resources Insitute, Alexander said, “Congress should act in a bipartisan way on clean air issues.” Carper said, “It is possible to have a clean environment and a strong economy.”

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