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Trailblazing group of attorneys who enforced Pennsylvania environmental laws in 1970s looks to ‘rise again’
New environmental laws and the creation of the EPA created an opening for what became informally known as the “environmental strike force.” Now, some of them want to take up the cause again.
Researchers found that more than 30,000 lives could be saved annually if air pollution standards were more stringent.
The proposal calls for $4.5 billion in infrastructure initiatives over four years, funded by a severance tax on natural gas. It would be targeted at things like mitigating flooding, addressing blight and expanding broadband access.