U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Director Carol Browner has taken a more hands-on approach to the formulation of the so-called Tier 2 vehicle emissions rules. Because Ms. Browner is requesting to meet directly with industry and public interest groups on the new rules, which would take effect in 2004, the agency has delayed the proposal's release, admits an EPA staffer. Staff members usually conduct much of the information gathering and present recommendations for the director to ...

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