EPA Can't Stop the (Acid) Rain

Acid rain commanded as much attention in the 1990s as global warming or the hole in the ozone does today. But despite more than two decades of efforts to stop acid rain by wringing pollution out of the skies, millions of tons of toxins continue to rain down on the nation's watersheds, rivers and lakes. And a new federal report suggests that the Environmental Protection Agency has hit a wall in its efforts to reduce the amount of acid rain that drifts down from the sky. "Even with reduced...Full Story
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