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Should Kansas adopt its own clean air standards?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on August 5, 2003

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“Yes, because it would tailor the regulations to this area. Each state has different issues.”

“No, because it’s more expensive because of those kinds of regulations. But, yes, because it’s really disgusting to be stuck in traffic with all the pollution. It could help with some of that.”

“I think yes, they should, so that we could eliminate the polluting T buses. That’s our big sore point right now, the wasted taxpayers’ dollars polluting Lawrence.”

“Yes. If Kansas adopts its own levels, they can cater them more closely to the rural nature of Kansas.”


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