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The Boston skyline may see less pollution and New Englanders may be breathing easier in the near future now that a $4.6b pollution deal has been reached. (Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe) Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe

$4.6b pollution deal should help Northeast breathe easier

By Jeremy Miller
Globe Correspondent / October 15, 2007

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For decades, the haze over Maine's Acadia National Park, the acid in Vermont's mountain lakes, and the choking summer air in downtown Boston have - in part - been blamed on power plants in the Midwest belching pollution our way. (Full article: 870 words)

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