A just-released report by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) regarding the state's air quality in 1999 reveals that the one-hour highest ozone reading in Springfield, IL — the state capital located in the middle of farm country — is slightly higher than in Cook county, which includes Chicago. Measurements in other rural areas of the state also have ozone levels not significantly different than in the highly industrialized and heavily congested Chicago metro area. ...

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