Environmental regulators are effectively criticized for a 30-year failure to control pollution from old type power plants in a study conducted by Abt Associates and peer-reviewed by John Spengler of the Harvard School of Public Health. The report calculates, for instance, that pollution from aging power plants in Illinois is linked to 1,700 deaths and 33,000 asthma attacks each year. The report says that two-thirds of the health-related problems could be avoided by ending exemptions and ...

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