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PNS Daily Newscast - January 22, 2021 


Biden revokes permit for Keystone XL Pipeline; Dr. Anthony Fauci expresses relief at being able to speak honestly about COVID-19.


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Cabinet appointments moving along: SecDef nominee Lloyd Austin's Senate confirmation may come today. Tribal reaction to Biden's permit cancellation of Keystone XL Pipeline, plus new details on COVID-response.

Public News Service - UT: Climate Change/Air Quality

GRAPHIC: To help improve the state's air quality, thousands of Utah residents are expected to drive less this month as part of the annual Clear the Air Challenge. Graphic courtesy Salt Lake Chamber.

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SALT LAKE CITY – Utah residents are being asked to drive less in July as part of the state's annual Clear the Air Challenge, which organizers say has helped stop thousands of tons of emissions from entering the atmosphere. Ryan Evans, vice president of business and community relations with th

PHOTO: Air pollution that can affect Utah's economy and the health of its residents is one of the many issues state lawmakers will consider during the 2015 Legislative Session, now underway. Photo courtesy of Utah Department of Health.

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SALT LAKE CITY - Utah's air-quality challenges are among the issues state lawmakers will consider during this year's legislative session, which started Monday. Representative Patrice Arent (D-Millcreek) is the co-chair and founder of the bipartisan Clean Air Caucus, which is focused on passing legi

PHOTO: An energy conservation advocacy group is giving Utah a B+ for new policies that promote electric vehicle use. Photo courtesy NASA.

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SALT LAKE CITY – Utah lawmakers are scoring good grades with an energy conservation group for enacting laws and policies that benefit electric vehicle use. Will Toor, transportation program director at the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project, says his organization recently gave Utah a B-plus

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SALT LAKE CITY - Organizers are hoping the first "Utah Clean Air Fair" coming up Saturday will let people know how they can contribute in the battle against the state's persistent, and sometimes severe, air pollution. David Brooks, founder of the nonprofit Revolution United, which helped organize t

PHOTO: Lawmakers in Utah approve a bill that gives a tax credit for buying an electric vehicle. Photo courtesy of N-A-S-A.

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SALT LAKE CITY - Utah lawmakers continue their streak of passing bills that address the state's severe air pollution issues. The House of Representatives has voted 59 to 13 in favor of House Bill 74, which provides a $2,500 tax credit toward the purchase of an electric vehicle. Rep. Lowry Snow, wh

PHOTO: Utah legislators, now in session, are considering a reported 27 bills related to air quality issues. Photo credit: U-S Department of Transportation.

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SALT LAKE CITY - Utah legislators are considering more than two dozen bills in the current session that could help reduce the state's serious air-quality issues. Rep. Patrice Arent (D-Millcreek) co-chairs the House Clean Air Caucus, which is made up of Democrats and Republicans. She said legislators

PHOTO: Utah's severe air quality issues appear to be a priority as the Utah Legislature goes into session today. Photo credit: Utah Division of Air Quality.

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SALT LAKE CITY - As the Utah Legislature starts its annual session today, a bipartisan group of lawmakers announced it will back several bills tackling Utah's air quality issues. Rep. Patrice Arent (D-Dist. 36) co-chairs the House Clean Air Caucus. She said the group is made up of Democrats and Repu

PHOTO: Allowing Holly Frontier Corp. to expand its Woods Cross Refinery near Salt Lake City will only add to Utah's air pollution problems, according to Friends of Great Salt Lake. Photo <br />courtesy of Utah Department of Environmental Quality.

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SALT LAKE CITY – Allowing HollyFrontier Corp. to expand its Woods Cross Refinery near Salt Lake City will only add to Utah's air pollution problems, according to Lynn de Freitas, executive director of Friends of Great Salt Lake. The advocacy group and Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environmen

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