SAN FRANCISCO, April 26 (Reuters) - Oregon is preparing to join neighbors California and Washington in adopting new rules to reduce vehicle exhaust emissions linked to global warming. Gov. Ted Kulongoski, a Democrat, will name a task force to study how and when to implement new emission standards either through an administrative order or legislation, Anna Richter Taylor, governor's spokeswoman, said on Tuesday. Kulongoski has announced a package of programs to reduce global warming as ...
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