U.S. Judge Orders EPA to Limit Pollution Into New York, Connecticut

On Wednesday Reuters reported that a federal judge has ordered the U.
S.
Environmental Protection Agency to take steps to curb ozone pollution that blows into New York and Connecticut from five other states.
Their offices sued EPA administrator Scott Pruitt in January, accusing him of ignoring his responsibilities under the federal Clean Air Act to reduce pollution.
The EPA acknowledged having missed an August 2017 deadline to arrange plans to reduce smog traveling downwind into New York and Connecticut. Watch video for more details.