WASHINGTON, Nov 22 (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress reached a compromise on Saturday that would allow California to set new air pollution standards on small, off-road engines while requiring federal regulators to adopt a nationwide emissions-reduction plan for other states by 2005. The agreement -- announced by lawmakers involved with the issue -- will now likely be included in a $390 billion catchall spending bill wrapping up Congress' work for the year, which includes funding for the ...
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