December 5, 2017 / 10:40 PM / a year ago

Lawsuit seeks order requiring EPA to identify high-ozone areas

The American Lung Association and several other health and environmental advocacy groups have sued the Environmental Protection Agency, accusing it of failing to meet a deadline for identifying areas of the country with dangerous ozone levels.

In a filing on Monday, the groups asked a San Francisco federal court to order the agency to designate areas that have not complied with federal ozone standards, the first step in bringing them into compliance with the rules.

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