President George W. Bush Defends Change in Clean Air Rules
United States President George W. Bush speaks to supporters after touring the Detroit Edison Monroe Plant in Michigan. President Bush defended a change in clean air rules, which environmentalists believe will cause more pollution, as necessary to allow power plants to upgrade their equipment and keep the United States economy going.
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