DETROIT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. will pay $92,349 in civil fines to resolve air pollution violations at a Michigan plant, Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox said on Thursday. In addition, the automaker will spend $113,000 on two environmental projects to reduce mercury pollution and detect mercury releases.
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